Stamps.Com – Lawyer in Decatur, GA

After reading reviews here and elsewhere, I was a little nervous to try the service. I manage the front office operations for a small tax firm and we've been looking for a system that's way cheaper than our P-B service.Stamps.comis a great setup for most small offices, but in the end we had to cancel because many of our mailings require a dated postmark that is only available if you print directly on the envelope (which we don't have the setup to do — all our printers are huge bulk sized monsters!), but other than that we loved the service. Printing the stamps was easy, applying for a refund when I messed up was easy, and their customer service was really great. I always dread going through the cancellation process for anything because of the "retention" questions and sales, but once the representative realized that there was one key portion that wouldn't work for us, she quickly and happily canceled our service and refunded the .165 cents remaining on our account.I'll probably be looking in tostamps.comfor my personal business, which I run in the off season. It's easy to use (even for someone like me who gets easily confused when it comes to technology) and the fees are very straightforward as long as you read through the site and what you're signing on for.

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Stamps.Com – Lawyer in Decatur, GA

During December 2012, I had a pile of Christmas cards I needed to mail out, and to save time, I looked intostamps.com.I created an account, perused their site and determined that it was not the option that I needed, and instead got my stamps the old fashioned way.A year and a half later, I discover that they have taken over $200 worth of service fees from me! For a service I never once used!I discover this on Saturday, andStamps.comdoesn't allow customers to cancel their account online, and I must wait until Monday to call them. I can sign up online, but can't cancel? Shady, shady.Their website is intentionally deceptive, designed to mislead. I just wanted to mail some Christmas cards, and instead I'm forced out of hundreds of dollars from a company I never used.

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