There seems to be a somewhat shady deal out there that nabbing some customers who are looking for a way to file their change of address orders online.
There are websites that mimic the USPS change-of-address process -- and charge fees as high as $30. They might look postal, but they aren't.
The Postal Service charges $1 for identity verification when customers change an address online using its Official Change of Address order or when they call the Postal Service at 800-ASK-USPS to request a change.
Or, customers can just get a change of address card from a retail lobby.
Why pay for something we do for free? Have you used one of these services? Any of your customers? Comment here.