Mailing thru the Post Office of the
(not using the United States Postal Service - a private, foreign corporation ) postage-F
Info from www.USAvsUS.com and other sources.
see also www.myprivateaudio.com/UNITED_STATES_POSTAL_SERVICE.doc
The corporate government system has to provide a remedy for those who are without (outside) its venue and jurisdiction.
I still find DMM 602 1.3e (2) in the "Domestic Mail Manual" (DMM) online at: https://pe.usps.gov/text/dmm300/602.htm#wp1085541 as follows (emphasis by Me):
1.3 Address Elements
All mail not bearing a simplified address under 3.0, Use of Alternative Addressing, must bear a delivery address that contains at least the following elements in this order from the top line:
a. Intended recipient's name or other identification.
b. Private mailbox designator ("PMB" or alternative "#") and number if the mailpiece is addressed to a commercial mail receiving agency (CMRA) address.
c. Street and number. (Include the apartment number, or use the Post Office box number, or general delivery, or rural route or highway contract route designation and box number, as applicable.)
d. City and state (or state abbreviation). The city is any acceptable mailing name for the 5-digit ZIP Code serving the intended recipient as shown in the
Product. USPS City State
e. ZIP Code (5-digit or ZIP + 4) where required:
1. ZIP Codes are required on Express Mail, Presorted and automation price First-Class Mail, Periodicals mail, Standard Mail, Package Services mail (except single-piece price Parcel Post), all mail sent to military addresses within the United States and to APO and FPO addresses, all official mail (penalty mail), all business reply mail, and all merchandise return service mail.
2. Unless required above, ZIP Codes may be omitted from single-piece price First-Class Mail (including Priority Mail), single-piece price Parcel Post, and pieces bearing a simplified address.
The term: "single piece" is used because ordinary people send out letters or packages separately. But corporations are usually the ones that send out mass mailings. The corporate government has jurisdiction over its creations such as corporations (fictions), their services, and products. Also, keep in mind that fictions can only deal with fictions. Therefore, corporations usually convert Ones proper name and mailing location into a fiction. Mail from corporations are usually sent to a fiction. Computer database software today is set up for fictions only. It is nearly impossible to do otherwise unless hand written.
The current definition for "single piece" is as follows and found at https://www.presort.com/pub32.pdf:
single-piece rate — A postage rate available for individual pieces of Express
Mail, First-Class Mail, Priority Mail, and Standard Mail (B). It is not
available for Periodicals except under the rate category of basic. This type
of rate contrasts with rates available for bulk mail and presorted mail.
notice that "state abbreviation" is a minor option in brackets
"()" and not required.
True state abbreviation for
According to the above, most mail and packages can be sent without zip. The DMM states that mail "must bear a delivery address", not a zip, unless where required under special conditions. But most people are like sheep and follow the wrong shepherd (The wolf) or go about blindly. They volunteer into the corporate system without research and understanding. So who is going to save them from themselves?
The current definition for "simplified address" is as follows and found at https://www.presort.com/pub32.pdf:
simplified address — An alternative addressing format used when delivery of identical mail is requested to every customer on a rural route or highway contract route, or to all post office box customers at a post office without city carrier service. Instead of listing the name and address of the addressee, the mailer may use “postal customer.” It may also be used by government agencies for official mail sent to all stops on city routes and post office boxes at post offices with city delivery service. In such cases, these formats may be used: “Postal Customer,” “Residential Customer,” and “Business Customer,” depending on the type of coverage requested.
Also see: https://www.dpw.co.santa-cruz.ca.us/www.santacruzcountyrecycles/Junk_Mail/index.html for the statement below:
Rural Routes and Box Holders
Residents on rural routes or with P.O. Box addresses face a greater challenge than most in getting off lists addressed to “Occupant” or “Resident.” Since the mailing label companies used by advertisers like Valpak and AdWorks are allowed to use a simplified address that only identifies the rural postal carrier route without the specific box numbers,
am glad to see that the word "Occupant is still being
used. I do not want the word "Resident" attached to
There probably is an even better word than "Occupant." Anyone know what that is?
The current definition for "occupant" is as follows and found at https://www.presort.com/pub32.pdf:
occupant address — An alternative addressing format that uses on one of four designations (that is, postal customer, occupant, householder, or resident) rather than an addressee name at a specific street address or post office box number, or rural route and box number; and post office, state, and ZIP Code. (Compare with exceptional address and simplified address.)
The current definition for "standard mail" is as follows and found at https://www.presort.com/pub32.pdf:
Standard Mail — A class of mail consisting of mailable matter that is not required to be mailed as First-Class Mail or is not mailed as Periodicals.
Standard Mail (A) — Standard Mail matter that weighs less than 16 ounces.
It comprises the subclasses of Regular Standard Mail, Nonprofit Standard Mail, Enhanced Carrier Route Standard Mail, and Nonprofit Enhanced
Carrier Route Standard Mail. These subclasses include circulars, printed matter, pamphlets, catalogs, newsletters, direct mail, and merchandise.
Standard Mail (A) may be sent at presorted rates and at automation rates.
Standard Mail (B) — Standard Mail matter that weighs 16 ounces or more but not more than 70 pounds. It comprises four subclasses: Bound Printed
Matter, Library Mail, Parcel Post, and Special Standard Mail.
Most people who work
for the Postal Service or Post Office do not know this information and
have not read the DMM.
We need to hold them to the written word in their DMM and educate them.
May Our heavenly Father (YHVH), in the name of Jesus (Yeshua), The Christ, Yahu'shuah the Messiah, bless each and every one of Us and be with Us in all of Our endeavors that are according to His will and for His glory. Jack
The greatest Possession of all is having Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
Take a look at the following listed web page and discover
"The Truth as I See it" about American governance:
You will find out what they do not want you to know. This is true with most other countries controlled and manipulated by the One World government elite.
"Rebellion against tyrants is
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- Thomas Jefferson
Two- Cent Postage - Never to be rescinded - Statues, Insignia, Reasons - notes from the internet
Instructions for 2 cent mailings.
The laws regarding the cost of postage may never be rescinded, repealed or amended, never.
The law requires that (all) one half oz. letters - be delivered anywhere in the Continental US for 2 cents.
1) In the upper right hand corner write:
First Class Non
Bk.12 Statutes at Large
Chapter 71 Section 23
37th. Congress Session 111
2) Do not use zip code
3) Do not abbreviate states (These factors change the class of mail to "Federal Zone", and federally controlled i.e 46 ¢)
Do not mix types, either send normal Domestic mail at USPS rates ( 46 ¢) with zip, or use correct format to send Non Domestic Mail at low rates.
Any of these things will put you in the jurisdiction & rates of the domestic US Postal Service:
- use of 2 letter state abbreviation (or any abbrv.), - use of zip code
However, if you don’t use 2 letter state, nor zip code, nor any abbreviations and do use Mixed Case – NOT ALL CAPITALS), then you can use the 2 ¢, 3 ¢ or 6 ¢ postage rates.
DOMESTIC MAIL is sent through the UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE and the 2 cent rate doesn't apply to them. Not the same Post Office. I've done some checking on the International mail sequence since understanding Domestic v/s International mail. I went to the local office of the UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE and requested an International mail, return receipt requested card. It is PS Form 2865 and MAGICALLY it is delivered by POSTAL SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! SAYS SO, RIGHT ON THE CARD.
The law cite:
12 Stat 701, CHAP. LXXI:
CHAP. LXXI.--An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Post-Office Department.
Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress
assembled, That the
Postmaster-General shall have the power to appoint and commission all postmasters
whose salary or compensation for the preceding fiscal year shall at the time of
such appointment have been ascertained to be less than one thousand dollars per
year; and in all other cases the President shall appoint. The person appointed
postmaster shall reside within the delivery of the office to which he shall be
[at 12 Stat. 705] SEC. 23. And be it further enacted, That the rate of postage on all letters not transmitted through the mails of the United States, but delivered through the post-office or its carriers, commonly described as local or drop letters, and not exceeding one half ounce in weight, shall be uniform at two cents, and an additional rate for each half ounce or fraction thereof of additional weight, to be in all cases prepaid by postage stamps affixed to the envelope of such letter, but no extra postage or carrier's fee shall hereafter be charged or collected upon letters delivered by carriers, nor upon letters collected by them for mailing or for delivery.
"12 Stat. at Law, Ch. 71, Sec.
refers to. See https://home.earthlink.net/~walterk1/Patr/PO/PO2cent.html
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