Everyone could use a few extra dollars on their savings account.
Whether your goal is to build a sizable retirement nest from which to comfortably live the remainder of your days, or to buy a new house or car, there are dozens of ways to put money in the bank without having to overthink or complicate things.
Here are six quick tips that will boost your numbers up:Read More »How to Increase Your Bank Account
This post will teach you how to get a person and human being on the phone when you call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777).
Below are many different ways that have worked to get a human on the phone. While many might not work anymore, you can always try it.
I try to keep up to date with the latest way to get past the automated crap. If you find this article and figure out the most recent way, leave a comment about how you did it.
I will see your comment and accept it and update this post with how you got it to work. We are a team against the ridiculous USPS phone system that want to help other people!
Before Calling, Try USPS Social Network Support
Since they always make it more difficult to get a real person on the phone, maybe try to contact them on social media.
To contact a live customer service person from USPS on Twitter click: USPS Help Twitter page and click “Message” to send them your message.
To contact a live customer service agent from USPS on Facebook go to this link: USPS Facebook page and click “Send message” to send your message.
Most Recent (February 2020)
Get to a live person fastest: For tracking a package / talking to a human about tracking a package. If you want to buy stamps, press 2 or say “Stamps” then say “Representative”. Listen and wait for it to speak. If you input anything before this it won’t do anything. Press 1 for tracking a package or say “Tracking.” Say “Representative” and you will be transferred to a rep
Surprisingly, it is actually quite easy to talk to a human on the phone when you call the USPS 1800 number.Read More »How to Actually Get a Human at 1-800-ASK-USPS
For many, many years, Craigslist has been the best and easiest website for finding a free table to pick up or scoring an apartment in your choice neighborhood.
However, nowadays there are plenty of other free online services that do just as good of a job.Read More »The Best Websites Like Craigslist
The best way to obtain financial security in life is to save as much money as possible.
It is also a good idea to know how to keep your account growing after it is put into a bank or brokerage account.
Let’s take a look at a few ways that you can increase your savings and have more control over your life.Read More »How to Increase Your Savings and Financial Security
Do you need more money? Regardless of your income or financial situation, you’re not going to turn down easy money very often.
Why are you turning down passive streams of income?Read More »How to Have More Streams of Passive Monthly Revenue
Its’ design is simple, its ads are virtually non-existent, and it’s virtually free to use, yet Craigslist routinely posts earnings in the multi million dollar range.
This begs the question “how does Craigslist make money?”
As it turns out, they have a pretty clever way of raking in the cash without anyone being any the wiser and turning it into straight cash with a few old, simple business tricks.Read More »How Does Craigslist Make Money?
Is it safe to buy or sell on Craigslist during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic? Yes, it is. If you stay smart and just follow some… Read More »Safe Ideas to Buy and Sell on Craigslist During Covid
You are a thrift store shopper. You are doing your part to reduce consumption.
You’re saving money into the deal, and you also get a rush of excitement each time you score an item you love for a teeny tiny fraction of the original price.
How can you maximize your thrift shore shopping success?Read More »8 Secrets to Bargain Hunting at Thrift Stores