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1. CHOOSE THE LEVEL OF MONITOR SERVICE
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for your mail monitoring needs.
has been monitoring mail for companies like yours since 1973.
After you choose a service that is right for you, a representative will contact you to discuss how to get started.
Same Day Service:
Your mail delivery data is updated daily. The pieces are stored one week and then discarded or returned to you for the cost of shipping and handling.
Your list rental mail pieces are date stamped the day they are received by our agents and returned to our facility, where the list rental data is entered into our mail tracking database.
*Price is based upon the code appearing on the outside of the mail piece.
**Mail received over 13 ounces will be assessed an overweight mail charge in lieu of the additional ounce rate.
A shipping and handling charge will be applied to return the mail to you.
You will be billed an annual service charge of $100.
All prices subject to change with prior notice.
2. CHOOSE THE NUMBER OF CITIES
Check below to indicate the number of decoy addresses that you require. You will be sent strategically located decoy addresses that represent a good cross-section of the United States.
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50 decoy addresses
100 decoy addresses
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