Did Anyone Get Their Weekly Baby Mail P.O. Boxes Surveys This Week?

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I emailed on Thursday but received no response. Guess I'll have to wait until at least Tuesday to get an answer since the MSC will be closed for MLK Day on Monday. I checked my boxes this week and have to mail her something.
She previously told me it was OK to check P.O. boxes before she created surveys for them. So, I did that. The problem is: one of the boxes this week actually had a package The postage is going to be much more than if I had just received an envelope. I am unwilling to mail the package to her before she actually creates a survey.

It is bad enough when she waits until a Tuesday or Wednesday to create weekly surveys but to not create surveys at all for a week?
I didn't even name the MSC and won't name the scheduler. Unlike some of the schedulers who have been named (or identified by their initials) on these forums, this scheduler is not (IMO) nasty or evil. I've also seen occasional improvements, such as posting weekly assignments on Mondays. That suggests she is trying to do better.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/16/2022 05:44AM by BusyBeeBuzzBuzzBuzz.
What in the world is a baby mail PO box?

(And the person who mentioned an MSC should delete that reference.)

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/16/2022 04:41AM by ceasesmith.
Quote? What quote? Faux pas? What Faux pas? winking smiley

(Pssst! I can still see the post. It hasn't been deleted.)

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/16/2022 05:48AM by BusyBeeBuzzBuzzBuzz.
I guess I must've been seeing things. Thought I saw you quote my post in your reply. My faux pas for naming the MSC, not yours. Stupid me deleted my post correctly this time I hope. I am an idiot!
Multiple choice:

A. [www.history.com].

B. Shoppers sign up to get mail/free products/etc. for pregnant people and rent P.O. boxes for the purpose of receiving those products, etc.

@ceasesmith wrote:

What in the world is a baby mail PO box?
Would someone be so kind and message me who mails out free products for pregnant people?
I don't need to know the MSC, but I would like to get those samples/products smiling smiley
@BusyBeeBuzzBuzzBuzz wrote:

She previously told me it was OK to check P.O. boxes before she created surveys for them../quote]

Me too. Luckily, nothing was in any of my week B's last week.
No, they are sent to the MSC. The MSC pays the shipping.
@ceasesmith wrote:

You don't get to keep the products?

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
Dang. I would be truly interested, if we could keep the products. I'm sure the local food bank would love to have baby products!

Double dipping? Can you use USPS shop to send the products to the MSC, or do they require you use a printed label, etc., to return them?
Indeed you could, if you get the product in the right weight range. Most of the time, you get flyers and coupons and you just have a few ounces to mail.
@ceasesmith wrote:

Double dipping? Can you use USPS shop to send the products to the MSC, or do they require you use a printed label, etc., to return them?

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
You can double dip. If you wish, you could also sign up for free products using different email and shipping addresses. It would involve more work but you would be able to donate the products.
So far a few months in I got formula once and never any coupons or paper. I like the $20 a mont for zero work but want them to feel like they’re getting their money’s worth. Then again, it’s a pain to ship things once it does come in. A bargain!
When you start receiving stuff should depend on your fictitious baby's due date. It wouldn't make sense for a company to send you baby formula or coupons long before the baby is due.

I get the most stuff (formula and paper mail) from the main company. Once in a while, I also get paper mail (including coupons) from other baby-related companies.

Yes, it is often a pain to mail things to the MSC. I often check my boxes after business hours. It's not a problem most of the time since there's nothing to mail most of the time. When I do find a slip in the box from the post office, however, that means I have to go back another day during business hours to pick up the package. I have to make a third trip sometimes if there is a long line at the post office on my second trip and I can't wait.

I love the $20/month for each box and don't feel guilty at all when I receive no mail for months for any one box. Knowing a shopper did not get any mail is also valuable data to the MSC. The important thing is we check when we are supposed to and forward any mail and data to the MSC.
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