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Old 12-30-2006, 01:53 PM
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Is there any recourse if an item is damaged by the mailman shoving an item into the mail box and bending it? Luckily it was only a $10 item, but it was uninsured.

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Posted By: Max Weder

I can't answer that question, but to solve that problem, I have been looking for a larger size mailbox to attach to our porch (that's porch, not porsche, elliot) that would accomodate things such as Old Cardboard without getting the annoying fold in them. It seems that ones that are wide aren't deep and vice versa. If anyone has an on-line link, that'd be great.

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Old 12-30-2006, 02:27 PM
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Next time, You may ask the seller to mark in red "DO NOT BEND"

Not to make light of your problem, but this reminded me of the episode where Jerry takes over Newman's mail route...

JERRY: Hey, I've been trying to jam stuff in the box, like you told me, but sometimes it says, like, "Photographs - Do not bend".

NEWMAN: "Do not bend". (Laughs evilly) Just crease, crumple, cram.. you'll do fine.

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I use these because the snow plow always runs our mailboxes over in our Northern Michigan winters. They make some large durable mailboxes. http://www.veedersmailbox.com/home.html

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