Sunday, November 29, 2009


Holiday Military Mail Guidelines (WSAV Savannah)

The US Postal Service offers up deadlines and guidelines for sending packages to servicemen overseas this holiday season.

Thursday, November 26, 2009


Conn. Cop Cleared in Accidental Postal Carrier Shooting (

BRIDGEPORT -- Neither a city police officer nor the city are to blame for injuries suffered by a former postal carrier accidentally shot in the leg when the officer fired at a dog attacking him, according to a Superior Court jury.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Wildlife scenes on new postal stamps (Lehigh Acres Citizen)

The U.S. Postal Service has issued a 44-cent Nature of America: Kelp Forest commemorative stamps in 10 designs in a pressure-sensitive adhesive pane of 20 and a $8.95 Premium Stamped Postal Card booklet of 10. Designed by Ethel Kessler, Bethesda, Md., the stamps are on sale nationwide.

Thursday, November 19, 2009


Verification for Domain Registration

Well, our domain scammer friends are at it again. If you have not heard of this scam before, it first appeared about a year or two ago and involves sending you an email that makes you think that someone is trying to register domains using your trademark.
In our case, NielsenTech is not trademarked and anyone that wants to register domains with our company name is welcome to do so. Pretending to be us would be about the worst business plan I can think of, but some may be that lacking in imagination, I don't know...
These emails are SPAM and should be reported for that alone. The fact that they lie to you so you will buy OVERPRICED domains you DON'T NEED is where the crime exists. While the scammers appear to be in China and may be connected to a company in China, I have heard they may also be located in India. No matter what, don't fall for this scam and if you want to protect your domain names, use an established domain registrar that won't charge you many times more than you should be paying.
One last thing? Most of those .cn or chinese domains that they are selling are pretty much worthless if you are thinking to get Chinese visitors and customers. China is not Japan where English is a second language. Do some research before you shell our your money... Good Luck!
-----Original Message-----
From: halen.lee []
Sent: Thursday, November 19, 2009 5:29 AM
To: SUCKER; webmaster
Subject: URGENT:Verification for Domain Registration
Importance: High

(If you are not the person who is in charge of this, please forward to the right person/ department, as this is urgent, thank you.)
Dear CEO,   
We are the department of registration service in China.We formally received an application on November 16, 2009, one company which self-styled Autcl Corporation is applying for registering internet brand"nielsentech" ,and Domain names as below:   
After our initial examination, we found out that Autcl Corporation has no trade mark, brand nor patent even similar to that word.As authorized anti-cybersquatting organization we hereby suspect Autcl Corporation to be a domain grabber.So we hope to get the affirmation from your company. If your company and this Autcl Corporationas are the same company,there is no need reply to us,We will accept their application and will register those for them immediately.         
If your company has no relationships with that company nor does not authorize them,please reply to us within 5 workdays,if we can't get any information from yours over 5 workdays,we will unconditionally approve the application submitted by Autcl Corporation.Thanks for your cooperation.    
Best regards,
Senior Consultant
Tel:+86 2164609758
Fax:+86 2164609768
Website: http://   www,

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


Postal workers: Consolidation could slow mail service (The Staunton News Leader)

CHARLOTTESVILLE â€" Postal Service workers and officials are at odds whether a proposal to consolidate operations at a Charlottesville distribution center to Richmond would slow mail service in Staunton, Waynesboro and Augusta County.

Thursday, November 12, 2009


Royal Mail upheaval knocks printing company (Yorkshire Post Today)

PRINTING group Communisis said the recovery at its direct mail business had continued into the third quarter, but postal strikes have held back clients' campaigns. (12/11/2009 10:11:33)

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Postal Service announces deadline for overseas military mail (The Langley Air Force Base Fighter)

It's not too early to start thinking about shipping holiday packages, cards and letters to service members who are serving overseas.

Sunday, November 08, 2009


Philippine Postal Corporation celebrates its 111th Anniversary (Manila Bulletin)

The Philippine Postal Corporation (Philpost) celebrates its 111th anniversary today, November 9, 2009, with the theme “Philpost: Matatag na Kaagapay sa Lahat ng Panahon.”

Thursday, November 05, 2009


Police find mail carrier passed out drunk in truck (AP via Yahoo! News)

Police officers reported finding a mail carrier passed out inebriate in his U.S. Postal Service mail truck in Boynton Beach. According to a release, police received a 911 call Wednesday afternoon reporting a mail truck parked on the side of a road with the driver slumped over the wheel. Officers found a 29-year-old man, whose blood alcohol content was tested to be .264 and .258, more than three ...


Mail carrier charged with DUI (

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. -- Police officers reported finding a mail carrier passed out drunk in his U.S. Postal Service mail truck in Boynton Beach.According to a release, police received a 911 call Wedne...

Tuesday, November 03, 2009


Postal Service recommends holiday mailing dates for sending items to military personnel (Clarinda Herald-Journal)

For military service members stationed around the globe, holiday gifts are a big morale boost. To help the families and friends of U.S. military personnel, the Postal Service offers a discount on its largest Priority Mail Flat Rate box.


Postal union to take legal action against Royal Mail over agency staff (The New Statesman)

The Communication Workers Union will go the High Court on Friday seeking an injunction against Royal Mail's use of agency staff to undermine the postal strike.

Sunday, November 01, 2009


Postal strike peace talks resume (Channel 4)

Peace talks will resume after the latest series of postal strikes saw millions of items of mail caught up in a huge backlog. The Royal Mail said 25% of its delivery staff turned up for work on Saturday despite the action but the figure was disputed by the Communication Workers Union.

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