PHOENIX - The United States Post Office is warning against an online scam targeted at those changing their address.
An unauthorized site is charging USPS customers $30 to change their address, and often the change of address is never made, said Patricia Armstrong spokeswoman for the USPS.
According to a news release, the USPS charges a $1 fee for change of address and does not authorize any other company to perform these changes.
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