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Best Mail Scanning Services

Are you struggling with effectively managing your personal or professional mail? Whether you are living abroad or RV'ing across the country, or work in a company with large mail volume but little staff to handle it, mail management can be a constant battle.

The latest trend in mail services allows anyone to manage their mail through the internet. But what does that mean? First, you tell the US Post Office to deliver your mail to a service provider (using a Form 1583). Next, you notify mail senders of your new address. Finally, from a PC connected to the internet, you can read your mail online, print it if needed, shred it, recycle it, or forward the actual mail to any physical address.

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2017

Mail Scanning Reviews

5 stars
Earth Class Mail

EARTH CLASS MAILTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Earth Class Mail offers top notch mail scanning services to meet anyone's needs. They have a wide range of services to assist those traveling across the US or foreign countries or even large companies looking to modernize their mail sorting efforts. Earth Class Mail sets the industry standard with a comprehensive, well priced product.
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3 stars
My U.S. Postbox

MY U.S. POSTBOX

My US Postbox provides a variety of mail services. The online system allows a straightforward approach to taking action on each piece of incoming mail. We thought the website could have been better organized and forth coming with information. Read More... Visit
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2.5 stars
Mail Link Plus

MAIL LINK PLUS

Mail Link Plus specializes more as a mail forwarding service rather than mail scanning. They charge $1.00 per page, which is by far the highest cost of any provider.
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1 star
USA 2 Me

USA 2 ME

USA 2 Me is behind the times compared to the other providers. Mail scanning is available but we couldn't figure out how to request it. No related fees were provided and we couldn't get anyone to answer the phone with our questions. Read More... Visit
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There are a number of companies that provide mail scanning services, and the range of what they provide and their focus can vary greatly. Some service providers offer flat rate fees for scanning, and others charge per page. It's important to fully understand what each provider charges. Changing companies and addresses can be a time consuming effort - you want to get it right the first time!

Some of the important aspects to consider before making a decision include:

  • Fees. Is their a flat rate fee, and what does that include.
  • Scope of Services. Do you need checks automatically deposited and mail forwarded on a pre-set basis?
  • Customer service. Is anyone going to be around to assist if you have a mail emergency?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Mail Scanning services available today. We hope this information helps you find the right mail scanning provider that meets your needs!

Google's e-mail scanning settlement rejected by judge

Google serves ads to users of its Gmail service based on the contents of their e-mails, which has prompted questions from privacy and rights activists for years. However, while Gmail users may agree to agree to such usage of their data by Google, those who ...

Published:  Thu, 16 Mar 2017 14:32:00 GMT



US judge rejects Google e-mail scanning settlement

A federal judge has rejected Google's proposed class-action settlement with non-Gmail users who said it illegally scanned their e-mails to Gmail users to create targeted advertising. In a decision on Wednesday night, US District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose ...

Published:  Fri, 17 Mar 2017 03:14:00 GMT



Welcome to the machine-Yahoo mail scanning exposes another US spy tool

Imagine a futuristic society in which robots are deployed to everybody's house, fulfilling a mission to scan the inside of each and every residence. Does that mental image look far-off and futuristic? Well, this week's Yahoo e-mail surveillance ...

Published:  Thu, 06 Oct 2016 02:00:00 GMT



Mark My Words: March - Alaska, Hanging Bikes, and Some Electrical Issues

Members are able to personalize their mail delivery with multiple options. Custom sorting options, delivery schedule and even mail scanning. We make it easy! Mapping Tool- Plug in your starting point and destination, and let us do the rest! Our mapping ...

Published:  Thu, 23 Mar 2017 07:50:00 GMT



'We interpret every govt request' - Yahoo responds to e-mail scanning revelations

Yahoo called the report that the company scanned its customers' incoming emails "misleading." This comes as new revelations about its cooperation with the government emerge. "This article is misleading," Yahoo said in a statement on Wednesday ...

Published:  Wed, 05 Oct 2016 18:34:00 GMT



Gmail: Google Ponders Snail Mail Scanning Service In User Survey

Would you pay Google to scan your snail mail and forward it to your Gmail inbox? The search giant is trying to see if consumers would buy into a mail-scanning service to help Gmail replace your physical mailbox. Google Inc. sent a survey to users of its ...

Published:  Fri, 20 Mar 2015 16:20:00 GMT



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