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Ina Steiner is co-founder and Editor of EcommerceBytes and has been reporting on ecommerce since 1999. She's a widely cited authority on marketplace selling and is author of "Turn eBay Data Into Dollars" (McGraw-Hill 2006). Her blog was featured in the book, "Blogging Heroes" (Wiley 2008). She is a member of the Online News Association (Sep 2005 - present) and Investigative Reporters and Editors (Mar 2006 - present). Follow her on Twitter at @ecommercebytes and send news tips to ina@ecommercebytes.com. See disclosure at EcommerceBytes.com/disclosure/.

3 thoughts on “USPS Gets $10 Billion to Offset the Impact of the Pandemic”

  1. $10M is a drop in the bucket. The USPS needs a complete overhaul. That whole Stimulus bill is a joke. The wrangling and the jostling over 8 months is an insult to the American people and shows just how broken our system is. If this was a 9/11 incident, the money would be in the treasury ready to spend. There would be no arguments.

  2. 10 billion PLUS the surcharges for holiday shipping, which they should return, I still have packages sitting in sorting centers from the beginning of December, another rate increase on the 24th. Just gonna price themselves and small seller right out business

  3. Maybe if they actually picked up the scheduled shipments like they are supposed to they might actually stop losing business. Its absolutely ridiculous when a person has to call the local PO at almost 7 pm to let them know that once again one of their trainees doesn’t seem to know how to look at a piece of paper that gives them the address where they should look for a pickup.

    I guess we are back to the days of no incoming mail means the carrier does not have to even look at your mailbox to see if you have any outgoing items. Went through this with the local PO about 5 years ago and finally had to start daily online complaints through their website and threaten a lawsuit for violation of ADA. That got their attention and also got the local Postmaster either fired or transferred to another location, although I am not sure their is a worse one than where he was already working. I guess that is to be expected now that the route I live on is considered a training route and the trainees seem to feel they do not have to follow the USPS policies.

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