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How to delete USPS account?

The USPS or the United States Postal Service provides postal service in the United States since 1971. It’s an independent agency of the executive branch of the US Federal government. 

To keep up with the times, the USPS now offers an online portal where users can log on to and track their packages and receive text and email alerts. In this article, we’re taking a look at how you can delete your USPS account. 

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Deleting a USPS account

Unfortunately, there’s no direct way of deleting a USPS account. You’re going to have to use either of the following two options.

Deleting USPS account via email

This is a rather easy method. All you need to do is send an email to [email protected] and request them to delete your account. The email subject can be something relevant like ‘request for account deletion’, and you can mention the specifics in the email’s body.

Here’s a sample email for you to refer to 

To: [email protected]

Subject: Request for Account Deletion.

Body:

Hello,

I am a registered USPS user with the account name [insert your name here], The email ID registered with the account is [enter email ID]. I want to request you to kindly delete this account as I no longer require this postal service at the moment. 

Feel free to contact me for any further information.
Email: [Insert email here]
Phone number: [Insert phone number]

Send this email and your account should be deleted in the next 3-4 business days.


Deleting USPS account via the USPS Contact Us page

Another way of reaching the USPS team and request them to delete your account is via the USPS Contact Us page. Note that the USPS Contact page is rather complicated and requires you to have a specific issue before accessing the contact form.

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Once you’ve accessed the Contact Us page, fill it out with the relevant information, and the USPS team will take the required action. 

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