Your cell phone and email address are portable, so why shouldn't your physical address be portable as well?
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Grandville, MI (PRWEB) October 28, 2009
Mailbox Forwarding (http://www.MailboxForwarding.com) is bringing modern mobility to one of the nation's oldest methods of communication: postal mail. With their remote mailbox service, consumers are finally able to cut all locational ties and keep in contact with their paper mail from anywhere.
"Your cell phone and email address are portable, so why shouldn't your physical address be portable as well?" asks Jordan Smith, Director of Marketing for Mailbox Forwarding. "We give users a physical mailing address which is accessible online. They can receive and view all their mail over the internet: letters, documents, and packages, whether delivered by the USPS, FedEx, or UPS."
Mailbox Forwarding provides each of their customers with a unique box number at their Grandville, MI address. When a piece of mail arrives, they will automatically scan the envelope and upload the image to the proper user's account. The user can then login to an online control panel and choose from a number of actions. If they need to view a document, they can request to have the envelope opened and its contents scanned. Mail that must be physically received can be bundled and forwarded anywhere in the world at affordable rates. And unnecessary or junk mail can be shredded and recycled at the click of a button.
The ability to access paper mail with the same ease and mobility as email represents the next step in the evolution of mail processing. "We've found that our remote mailbox service is particularly popular with small business owners, frequent travelers, expatriates, and anyone else interested in increasing their efficiency and mobility" says Smith. And with the increasing affordability of the service, this is one industry set to expand over the next few years.