Take a look at your mail before you get it with a new USPS feature

PHOENIX -
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is offering a way to look at your mail before it is delivered.
 
The Informed Delivery Program emails pictures of the mail that will be delivered each day.
 
It could serve as a way for customers to know whether something important is on its way.
 
You have to create an account at USPS.com and there may be ads associated with the mail you receive.
 

Implementation will begin in the Phoenix area April 14.  Find out how to sign up here.

 

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