MyPostalAddress.org

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Phones:

844-736-7759

Website/emails: www.mypostaladdress.org
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MyPostalAddress.org - Change Your Mailing Address Online

  • by: RJ123
  • #46671
  • Apr 5, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
went to the web site thought it was the US Post Office - charged $79.95 to change an address - which never happened - scammed - called their number and "Phil" said it was ligitamete and they have 30 days to get the address changed - but never did
Web/emails reported:
www.mypostaladdress.org

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Advertised as $1

  • by: bobmac1942
  • #49387
  • Jul 3, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
Went on line to change address of brother. This appeared to be an official USPS website. Indicated my credit card would be charged $1. Noticed a charge on my credit card for 79.95. This is a scam and complete ripoff!
As a 76 years old senior citizen, I think this company owes me a credit of 78.95. $1 for USPS.
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Change of address non performance

  • by: jbuschman
  • #53237
  • Dec 29, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
website rides on the official USPS site and claims to inform correspondents of address change for $1 fee. In reality site performs no service and charges $79.95. Persons manning telepone at site will not offer credit or partial refund.
Phones reported:
844-736-7759
Web/emails reported:
www.mypostaladdress.org
Unresolved

$1 change of address

  • by: Janrake1
  • #61597
  • Aug 6, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
My son in law who is from Bosnia used my PayPal card to change his address said it only cost $1 Bahaha looked at my account $79.95!!!! Omg I was soooooo pissed!!! Who does this!!!! Insane He doesn’t understand scammers, new to our country, trusts everyone, doesn’t understand we have lowlife taking your hard earned money that way! They have no email address!!!! PayPal wants me to communicate with them for a refund, lmao seriously doubt they’re going to be willing to refund, I’ll not accept a particular refund! I expect $79.95 what was taken from my account. Why on earth would anyone pay $80 whenever it’s free??? They need to be shut down
Phones reported:
844-736-7759
Web/emails reported:
www.mypostaladdress.org
Unresolved

Change of address costs $79.95?

  • by: Lilymaid
  • #61891
  • Aug 19, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
I was assisting my son in changing his address, this web site looks identical as the USPS site. The "fine" print states $1.00 to verify change of address, as of this morning 08/19/2019 there is a charge of $79.95 from this company. I have been trying to contact anyone in regards to this absolutely SCAM. There is no one within this "company" that will correct this charge. This is so against the law but there is no way to contact the Legal forces for help.
Web/emails reported:
www.mypostaladdress.org
Unresolved

Change of address scam

  • by: Takingadvantage
  • #73489
  • Jun 10, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
I thought I was changing my address with the USPS and now there is a charge of $79.95 on my debit card. I never entered my debit card information online when I did this change.