A recent prediction model (site this) has estimated that only 13% of the country will see a one day increase [to USPS First Class mail] and less than 1% will see a two day increase.
As if you needed anymore reason to be soooo done with 2020... The United States Postal Service has announced delivery service impacts due to "unprecedented volume increases and limited employee
We don't have much to say about the Coronavirus and its impact on Checkeeper. That's a good thing and we have been lucky. There is a bigger battle going on around the world and that's where we want you to keep your focus and efforts. However we're being asked for confirmation if we are still operating our services and if we are expecting any interruptions. The Checkeeper application and the remote team that supports it will remain functional and available throughout the duration of any quarantines and shelter in place orders. Checkeeper's Print and Mail Services (Fulfillment) remains fully operational and plans to remain operational should "shelter in place" orders be executed in either of our distribution states. Only if the USPS or other mail couriers suspend service would we see an interruption in delivery, however this is unlikely to happen. "The Postal Service delivers much needed medications and Social Security checks, and we are the leading delivery service for online purchases." according to their website. Importantly, the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html), the World Health Organization (https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/q-a-coronaviruses), as well as the Surgeon General have indicated that there is currently no evidence that COVID-19 is being spread through the mail. Everyone, please stay safe, we are thankful for the loyal clients we have and sympathize with all our fellow small businesses.
Checks are printed, stuffed and now scented before being mailed by our USPS First Class Check Fulfillment.
Anyone who uses the U.S. mail in an attempt to engage in fraud runs the risk of being prosecuted under the federal mail fraud law.