mail drop


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mail drop

n.
1. A receptacle or slot for the delivery of mail.
2. An address or place at which a nonresident person receives mail, often of a secret nature.

mail drop

n
chiefly US and Canadian a receptacle or chute for mail

mail′ drop`


n.
1. a receptacle or slot into which incoming mail is placed for pickup.
[1970–75]
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Both services, iCloud Drive and Mail Drop, would go public as a part of OS X Yosemite and might be available this fall for free.
From small retailers to multi-national insurance companies, searching the Mail Drop Database allows verification of addresses to determine if someone may be using a mailing service / rented mail box to mask their physical address.
"My officers will make enquiries in attempt to trace the source but the address given in these type of things is often nothing more than a mail drop where mail is delivered and collected.
Mr Stevens, 65, is now one of hundreds of people in Cardiff who have responded to the campaign and joined the NHS Organ Donor Register as part of UK Transplant's first mass mail drop campaign.
Richard Jones said: 'We're not often given the opportunity to save lives like this, but this mail drop really does give people the chance to do just that.
The FTC reported that ChoicePoint's obvious red flags in handling data were ignored: Prospective subscribers used mail drop boxes for business addresses, public fax machines were used to send multiple applications, etc.
The unlicensed contractor's paper-work usually displays a cell phone number and a mail drop for an address.
He took up two mail drop credit card offers in the name of a unsuspecting stranger.
For example, it is possible to determine whether the address is a mail drop, such as Mail Boxes Etc.
Box 12233, Mail Drop A3-05, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, USA; thx: 919-541-2511 email: rogan@niehs.nih.gov
Johnson identifies five warning signs that a scholarship may not be legitimate: the scholarship company asks for advanced payments; it has no contact number; it requests a credit card number; it uses a mail drop instead of a return address; and the No.
* Beware of promoters who are not locally based, provide no telephone number and who use a post office box or mail drop rather than a full street address.