USPS ranked 29th in the 2010 Fortune 500. If you dint know yet, the postal service is US’ second-largest civilian employer behind Wal Mart.
usps.com is one of the most commonly visited government websites with more than 413 million visits in 2010 alone. Click-N-Ship generated about $423 million in sales at the end of 2010. The Postal Service maintains about 29,000 informational pages on its website.
Some of USPS’ brands include;
- Certified Mail
- Cradle to Cradle
- If it Fits
- it Ships,
- Express Mail
Intelligent Mail MASS, MERLIN, Netpost, OneCode, US Mail, Standard Mail,Parcel Post, PC Postage, ReadyPost, REDRESS, Priority Mail and The Postal Store.
How to verify USPS Identity
- Sign in to your personal USPS.com online account.
- Select “Informed Delivery” option in the top right of the page.
- Select “Enroll.” Click “Informed Delivery,” located in the Account Management section.
- If you have already failed to confirm your identity online in the last 72 hours, you will see this “Verify Your Identity” text in red font. Select “Enroll in Informed Delivery.”
- You will be provided with the option to pursue in-person identity verification. Pick “Opt-in” under this option.
You will see here a list of USPS Identity Proofing offices near your location.
- In the search box below the displayed table, you may type in a new ZIP Code™ location to search for extra Identity Proofing facilities.
- Scroll to the bottom of the list and then select “Continue to In-Person Proofing.” You will be auto-redirected to a page with more information and receive an email with additional instructions.
If you are having any more trouble verifying your identity please use the above Customer service of United States Postal Service USPS. There will be a reply as fast as an agent sees it.