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Q: How to send a snail mail letters online ? ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: How to send a snail mail letters online ?
Category: Business and Money > Small Businesses
Asked by: snailmail-ga
List Price: $100.00
Posted: 19 Aug 2006 19:46 PDT
Expires: 18 Sep 2006 19:46 PDT
Question ID: 757765
Can you name as many services as possible that will allow me to write
a letter online and the service send my letter by snail mail ?
I found several, but they wont meet my need.
Wondering if you can find more ?

Also I was wondering if I can use to send the letters the way I need ?

Request for Question Clarification by tisme-ga on 19 Aug 2006 19:52 PDT
Hello snailmail-ga,

How many services are you looking for? Why did the services you found
not meet your needs? I look forward to your response so I can get
started on this for you!


Clarification of Question by snailmail-ga on 20 Aug 2006 04:41 PDT
One service is not good for some reasons, another is for sale and two
others asking for paypal as payment (unfortunately i cant use paypal,
because they does not support my country).
Basicly I just looking for as many others services as you can find.
Others than those I found.
Should be located in USA and allow shipping to USA.
Subject: Re: How to send a snail mail letters online ?
Answered By: tisme-ga on 20 Aug 2006 10:45 PDT
Hello snailmail-ga,

As requested, I have compiled a list of services that will send a
snail mail letter for you. You had already found the major players,
but I found some additional ones for you: Just to note, l-mail, although you found it
first, seems to be the best out there (they do take credit cards and
have a great reputation). (I think this was my best new find, they
charge an extra $0.06 if there are less than 250 pieces, but still
very competitive pricing and they are a reputable service.) (Contact them for more information) (Unfortunately, they are Europe based)

I don?t think there is a high enough demand for there to be many more
businesses in existence. I have an idea where you could get this done
for a low cost and am curious to know if you are interested in this
alternative. The idea is to post to a website where various
freelancers/contractors can bid on your job. Basically, you could do
this on a small one-time basis, or as many times as you want.

You would basically write up a requirement of what you want done, and
then people bid on how much they will do it for (and for mailing
letters, I think you would get some low bids). You then choose the
winner, they provide the service and you pay them. Several of the
websites where you can find freelancers/contract workers are:

If you are interested in getting more help finding a
freelancer/contract worker, I would gladly assist you further. Also
hopefully one of the websites I have listed will meet your
requirements. All the best,


Request for Answer Clarification by snailmail-ga on 20 Aug 2006 14:05 PDT
Your suggestion can be very usefull I think.
Can you suggest me more freelancer web sites ?

Clarification of Answer by tisme-ga on 21 Aug 2006 19:04 PDT
Hello snailmail-ga,

I have come up with some more freelance websites for you. Good luck! (they claim to be the largest), I would try this
service. Here is a direct link to the Secretarial Support section:


Others previously listed:

It was a pleasure to help you with this question! All the best,

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