USPS reclaims 30 infringing domain names related to change of address service

The US Postal Service has reclaimed 30 infringing domain names following an Alternative Dispute Resolution Forum Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolutions Policy (UDRP) decision. According to the US Postal Service, the domain names, which all contained the words ‘US postal address’, prefixed by the word ‘change’, were “confusingly similar” to its trademark for US Postal. The […]

Video: Scam artists using U.S Postal Service to steal identities

6/22/17 BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Scam artists have figured out how to use the United States Postal Service to steal your identity. The scammers are redirecting people’s mail to rip off personal information. The mail stopped coming to Frank and Rebecca Ronquillo’s house. Then, they received a letter from the Postal Service saying it received […]

USPS: Customers should know the facts about COA services

USPS wants customers to know they may be paying too much for change of address (COA) services at non-postal websites. Some sites charge as much as $40 to register new addresses. Others charge nominal fees upfront before tacking on hefty charges later, according to recent news reports. Consumers often find the sites while searching for […]

Video: Third party sites charge outrageous fees for address changes

CHICAGO (WLS) –Every year more than 40 million people move. Besides making sure your household items move to your new house, you also need to move your mail. It’s a simple process, but there are pitfalls. Some consumers find out they’ve paid $20 or more for something that could have been free. “You can do […]

USPS no longer accepting change of address orders over phone

Change of address update Effective May 31, the Postal Service will no longer accept change of address orders from customers who call 1-800-ASK-USPS. The Call Center change of address functionality will be retired. Customers may continue to submit their change of address orders by visiting and accessing the “Change of Address” link found in […]

Ohio Attorney General Forces and to stop scams and Refund Consumers Nationwide

(CINCINNATI, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced a settlement today with,, parent company Form Giant LLC, and its President, Matthew Riley.  Consumers nationwide, and as many as 16,000 in Ohio, are entitled to refunds from the Cincinnati internet-based business that offers change of address services.  A $3 million dollar national refund pool has […]

Ohio Change-My-Address firm to pay $3 million in refunds for scam

SEATTLE—Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced that will pay $3 million back to consumers to resolve complaints of deceptive practices. Thousands of affected consumers nationwide, including some 20,000 Washington consumers who purchased the defendants’ services, will receive roughly $18.95 each unless they have already received money back. is an Ohio internet-based […]

USPS: Properly processing change of address forms

By the end of the third quarter of fiscal year 2013, customers had submitted more than 28 million change of address (COA) notices to the Postal Service. Of these, approximately 65 percent were the hard copy versions from the Mover’s Guide. With so many submissions, it’s not hard to imagine that some customers incorrectly complete […]

Change Of Address For Tariffville Post Office

Instead of accepting a change of address, the Tariffville, Connecticut Post Office is filing one. Immediate evacuation due to structural damage moves mail services to Simsbury At the direction of the landlord, the Post Office was evacuated today after the discovery of structural damage in the facility. No one was injured but there was still […]