Banking sector is wary of U.S. Postal Service changes

04/10/2012 | (free registration)

The banking industry is taking particular notice of the efforts in Washington, D.C., to overhaul the U.S. Postal Service. With more than half of all bills and statements being sent through the mail coming from credit unions, banks and savings and loans, it makes the industry one of the post office's biggest customers. The sector is most concerned about increases in rates and cuts to services.

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