Soon after the launch of the commercialized internet, typical USPS mail was nicknamed “Snail Mail” because it took exponentially longer to reach its destination than email. Snail mail has since been used much less, but every once in a while you’ll find a reason to go find your stamps. Now, Snailmailr will do all the dirty work for you.
Open up the Snailmailr website and it’s inherently clear what they’re all about. There’s an envelope, and they ask for your return address and the address you’d like to send it to. After those fields are completed, click on the step 2 button and write your letter. Next, verify and pay. It’s that easy!
If you’re worried about the environment, don’t be. Snailmailr understands that it’s not as “green” as email but does use “quality recycled paper and offsets emissions with carbon credits.”
No more paper cuts, bad tasting glue or buying a sheet of stamps just to get one letter mailed: with Snailmailr, just type, verify, and send.
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