Change Postal Address

Check Change Postal Address reviews to see if it is legit.

Jimmy – Jul 19, 2020

Victim Location 97007

Total money lost $59.95

Type of a scam Moving

This site looks like an official change of address site for USPS and it comes up as the top result for the change of address search. The official USPS site only charges $1.05 for identity verification. This site charged $59.95. They don’t have any contact information like number or physical address. The site looks legitimate but digging deeper shows how fake it is.

Jonathan – Jul 16, 2020

Victim Location 97702

Total money lost $59

Type of a scam Moving

This website claimed to be a USPS change of address site and ended up charging me 59.00 with no contact phone number to get hold of anyone !! Fraud!!

Regina – Jul 09, 2020

Victim Location 80210

Type of a scam Moving

This site popped up instead of USPS and I accidentally entered my personal information before realizing I was on the wrong site. The site tried to charge nearly $60 for a simple change of address. Thankfully my credit card company caught it and denied processing the request.

Morgan – May 31, 2020

Victim Location 98102

Total money lost $59.95

Type of a scam Online Purchase

I googled “usps change of address” and clicked the first link without thinking. At the top of the page it said USPS address change so I filled out the information. I thought it was weird that I never saw an amount to be billed but I remembered from previous times moving that it was usually very small, so I didn’t think much of it. A week later I received a charge of $59.95 on my credit card which I’ll be disputing once the banks open.

Donald – Apr 19, 2020

Victim Location 80237

Total money lost $60

Type of a scam Government Agency Imposter

Scam website that tries to pretend to be USPS and change your address for you at a much increased cost. Do not use.

Cameron – Apr 04, 2020

Victim Location 30084

Total money lost $50

Type of a scam Phishing

Same story as everyone else on this subject – I’m moving and need to change my address, so I googled "usps change address" and clicked on the link at the top of the page (USPS was in the title). It was the first search result, and the website didn’t set off any red flags and looked official so I didn’t question it. Went through the process and submitted. I wasn’t suspicious about entering my credit card information because I knew it would be a dollar charge. Then I got a text from my bank that my card had just been charged $50 and realized I was an [censored]. Now I’m freezing my credit card but those aholes have my old and new address so nothing to do about that. It’s crazy though because the official USPS website is the 9th choice down when you google "USPS change of address form" so they really need to do something about that.

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