Thursday, September 8, 2011 - Free Trial

Not sure how many people might be interested in this, but if you do a lot of shipping, or you have kids, or just work odd hours, this might be a great thing to test. is offering a 4-week trial to test their services. They will send you $5 in free stamps, a digital scale and a supplies kit. is an approved vendor of the USPS, and they allow you to print stamps and postage online.

They give you everything you need to get started - $80 worth of supplies and 4 weeks of a free trial to see if you like it without any obligation. If you don’t want to continue beyond your free 4 week trial simply cancel before the 4 weeks is up.

If you sign up for a free 4 week trial you will get:

:: $5 in free postage stamps to use during your trial

:: FREE 5lb Digital Scale ($50 value) You get to keep this even if you cancel your trial. You will need to pay shipping for the scale which is about $9.99. If you don’t want the scale, simply check “no scale”.

:: FREE Supplies Kit
To help you get started they will ship you a free Supplies Kit that includes free postage labels to use with the service (a $5 value). You can immediately take advantage of other features such as printing shipping labels on plain paper or printing postage directly on envelopes!

:: $20 in Postage Coupons
After you complete your trial period, you are eligible for an additional $20 in postage. They will give you two $10 postage coupons. You can redeem one coupon per month once you complete your trial.

If you decide to keep the service past the free trial period, it’s $15.99 per month.

Go here for more information and get your freebies.

*they do ask for a credit card when you register as required by the USPS to set up your USPS postage account. Your credit card will not be charged unless you buy additional postage or products, or if you continue past the NO-RISK 4-week trial period. If you continue past the trial, service fees are only $15.99 per month, and you can cancel anytime. No long term contract is required

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