Mighty Ape can deliver this product within 1-2 business days
(usually overnight) to urban centres across Australia, and some remote areas.
using standard courier delivery
Mail-carrier's across America deliver over 100 million pieces of mail to residents and businesses on a daily basis. In today's society of identity theft running rampant, there are so many customers who may wonder what next company (who holds valuable information) will have its information compromised. Special reports from daily news continue to happen at an alarming rate. Better yet, out of the millions of pieces of mail being delivered daily, do you know what's going on with your mail? Are you aware of your surroundings? When your mail-carrier delivers your mail, is your mailbox too small? Is it large enough to hold vast amounts of letters, circulars or magazines. When going on vacation, is there a hold placed on your mail so that it doesn't accumulate at your mailbox? Are you moving, did you forget to put in a change of address a week before departing your previous address? Along with internet theft and hackers scamming customers for information and money, the mailbox is like "gold" to lurking thieves. Some customers leave all sorts of things in their mailboxes for days and weeks. Bank and credit card statements, checks, social security cards...you name it.In fact, around the college environment where I deliver, many don't seem to care.
I know, it's been going on for years...There are 4,167 colleges across America, and I'm really anxious to see whether the situation in and around those campuses are equivalent. This book goes into detail about different situations that go on everyday while customers are at work or school. A mailman's perspective. I take you inside my mind to see what it's like to deliver mail on a daily basis. Rain, hail, sleet and snow, we continue to do it day-after-day. However, along the way, there are some things customers need to know, from inside the mind of a mailman. Luqman Strauther is a graduate of John Adams High School (Cleveland, Ohio), has attended Rio Grande College, and served eight years of military