Prepaid Debit Cards Services

According to a New York Times article, nearly 10 percent of Americans do not have bank accounts. These and other underbanked people may be taken advantage of by lenders, check cashing facilities, and pawnbrokers through excessive interest rates and fees. Fortunately, in this country, there are many options for consumers to choose, including prepaid debit cards. What if the Postal Service explored partnering with prepaid debit card providers to sell prepaid debit cards at post offices, just as they are now sold at other retail outlets?

 

Could Longer Lines Be Coming to Your Local Post Office…Lottery Lines?

According to a representative on the Postal Regulatory Commission’s staff, a Postal Service-run lottery “could offer the potential for substantial profits for the Postal Service and utilize its current retail infrastructure with its 36,000 retail outlets.” Popular lottery formats in many states include drawings and instant lottery tickets. The claim is that running a national lottery could help the U.S. Postal Service close its multibillion-dollar budget gap.  It could also build foot traffic to post offices, increasing retail sales of postal products.

 

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  • 1 day 9 hours ago
    I am trying to imagine this training for a customer service supervisor. They could role play bullying a probationary CCA to stay on the street. Then figure out the math for paying back a carrier in...
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    I receive Hatch Act training pretty regularly, but I don't think I've ever had any ethics training. Once a year or so there is a quick stand-up on gift acceptance from customers but not...

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