How to Cancel PO Box Hassle-Free
A United States Postal Service PO box is a personal, lockable box in the post office that’s the closest one to your location.
How to Cancel PO Box on Your Own
You can cancel your USPS PO Box by yourself in a few ways.
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How to Cancel PO Box In-Person
Go to the post office where your PO box is located and ask the employees to close your box.
How to Cancel PO Box on the Website
If you prefer closing your PO box online, you can do it like this:
- Go to the PO boxes page on the USPS website
- Click on “Manage Account” under the “Renew and Manage” section
- Log in if you haven’t
- Click on “Close/Request a Refund” next to your PO box
- Click “Close PO Box”
How to Cancel PO Box With DoNotPay—The Fastest Option
If you want to save some time and close your PO box the efficient and simple way, DoNotPay is the answer. The entire process will take you just a few clicks and two minutes of your time:
- Log in to your DoNotPay account from a web browser
- Click on “Find Hidden Money”
- Enter “PO Box”
DoNotPay will close your PO box, and you’ll be notified as soon as we do it.
Rely on DoNotPay When You Need to Get Rid of Your Unused Memberships
DoNotPay is the most efficient option when you want to unsubscribe from multiple unused subscriptions at once. Here’s how we do it:
- Once you connect your bank account or email with your DoNotPay account, we will have access to all of your subscriptions
- DoNotPay will analyze the memberships
- We will highlight the ones you don’t use
- You’ll be able to select the subscriptions you want to cancel
- DoNotPay will unsubscribe your from the selected memberships
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Will I Receive a Prorated Refund After Canceling My PO Box?
If you paid for your PO box, but you’ve never activated it, you’ll get a 100% refund after 30 days of inactivity, no matter if you paid for three, six, or 12 months.
If your PO box has been activated, these are the rules for the refund:
It’s not possible to get a refund.
You’ll get a 50% refund if you close your PO box in the first three months of the billing period.
Get a Refund With DoNotPay’s Help
If you want to avoid completing complex refund forms on the USPS website, and if you are not in the mood for going to the post office, DoNotPay can help you get the USPS refund in a few clicks. You just need to do the following:
- Access your DoNotPay account
- Find the option that says “Chargeback Instantly”
- Left-click it
- Answer the questions
- Left-click on “Sign and Send”
Can I Pause the PO Box Service Instead of Closing It?
It’s not possible to pause your PO box services.
What Do PO Box Charges Look Like on My Statement?
Your PO box charge can show up on your bank statement like this:
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Having Issues With USPS? You Can Sue Them With DoNotPay’s Assistance
The world’s first robot lawyer will be of big help if you want to sue the USPS in small claims court.
If you think that the USPS has wronged you, go to your DoNotPay account and answer a few questions regarding the type of claim you want to file and the compensation you’re expecting to get. That’s how we can determine whether your case qualifies for small claims court.
After that, we will help you compose the perfect demand letter. If the USPS refused to settle outside the court, you can continue with the lawsuit.
DoNotPay will tell you which documentation you need to file, help you fill out all of the forms, and assist you in writing your court statement.
Other than filing the claim and showing up in court by yourself, DoNotPay will help you with every other step in this process.
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