No. ALL drugs (prescription or nonprescription) are restricted items, and may not be mailed via USPS.
Through the U.S. postal service!(:
Through the Canadian postal service.
Send it via airmail - using an insured postal service. That way, you will be compensated if the phone is lost in transit.
An advantage of using the postal service is the ease in which a package can be picked up from you and sent on its way. A disadvantage might be the length of time to send something in the mail.
If you follow all the federal laws, yes, it can be done.
Oh man. Using the postal service to send drugs brings federal time, and they only charge you if they are sure they can convict. There are too many people messing up to waste their time trying a case they can't convict you on.
Yes you can pretty much send anything legal through the postal service if you put it in a box
Your answer depends on the service provider who supplies postal service to the location from which you want to send mail. Each research station employs a mail service provider who will dictate postal rates, that vary depending on the destination of the mail.
Postal services have been in existance for many centuries. The Romans would send messengers long distances. The Incas had a systerm of runners to deliver messeges.
A telegraph is a way of communication by letters or notes. This is where you can send physical messages to people via postal services. Commonly referred to as mail.
Click on the link to your right for the official rates from the USPS.
See the web link from the postal service. rates vary by weight and country group
Any potentially explosive materials are not allowed to be sent by FedEx or any other postal service.
If the address of the recipient is written incorrectly, they moved, or there is an incorrect postage amount on the package.
Of course they do! They have to so that they dont send out illegal things or bad stufff!
Your answer depends on the 'stuff' and where in Antarctica you propose to send it. Every research station has mail service delivered by the government funding the station. That nation's postal service may define the 'stuff' limits that you can send to your correspondent on the continent.
it cost me 40 bucks
Shipping rates are generally cheaper at the US Postal Service than UPS or Fedex..
Depending on which station you want to send mail to, you can obtain the military postal service address from the recipient. Generally, service is provided by the Air/Army Post Office™ or the Fleet Post Office.
The postal service in Afghanistan does not function at the moment and even if you send a letter or a parcel, chances are it will never reach its destination. However, there are agencies who conduct postal services to the main cities in Afghanistan but they are not your regular or governmetn postal service. They are all private postal services such as: FedEx and DHL. I believe it will cost $80 US Dollars just to send a one page letter through FedEx and the same I believe goes for DHL or might a more expensive. If you need to send something to Afghanistan, I suggest you do not use the regular postal service. First of all the addressing system in Afghanistan is not established as to what we have the in the Western Countries. Streets still do not have well established names and houses do not have numerical identities at the moment. Let us say you are sending letter to soldiers who are serving in Afghanistan, your specific government will have an appropriate address dedicated for that and I think that is the best form of postal service that you can try to reach your men and women in uniform serving there at the moment. I hope that helps.
You cannot send a letter to the Greek Gods because they are mythical. The postal service does not deliver letters to mythical places. You can pray to the gods which is similar to sending a letter.
If one is writing a letter to Santa, generally they send it to the North Pole. Many children write letters each year, and the postal service will usually sort them.
There are several ways to send mail which are secure. The best ways to ensure one's mail is sent securely are FedEx, United States Postal Service, and UPS.
Yes, one may send registered mail to a P.O. Box; however, the owner of the Box must sign for it. (This refers to the United States Postal Service.)