We all receive junk mail, classified as pre-sorted and nonprofit mail, most of which we discard. Why aren't all of these organizations paying the same price as the individual is for mail service?
The big question is, if pre-sorted and non-profit mailings constitute the bulk of mail, why weren't these rates raised at all
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