Easy Stamp Service
- Easy Stamp Service - (obsolete) Formerly referred to as a method for consumer purchase of postage stamps other than direct sales at a post office window unit. This includes Stamps by Mail, Stamps by Phone, Stamps on Consignment, Stamps by Prodigy, and Stamps by Automated Teller Machine.
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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