Mail Dropper

Earn Extra Money by mailing test letters for the U.S. Postal Service.
The U.S. Postal Service is committed to improving service to all of their customers. IBM has been hired to measure the timeliness of mail delivery nationwide. We are looking for people in your local area to assist with this study. Your role would be to mail bundles of test letters at various U.S. Postal Service collection boxes. We would provide these bundles for you.
What Would You Have to Do?
If you decide to participate in the study, your role would be to deposit test letters at USPS collection boxes and report the information you see on the Collection Box Label at the time you mailed the letters.
How Much Will I Be Paid?
There are approximately 7 bundle drops per quarter in your area.
Compensation is $15 for each drop correctly made and reported.
Being a test mail dropper is easy, no experience is necessary! However participants must meet the following criteria:
- Be 18 years or older.
- Have reliable transportation.
- You, an immediate family member, and any member of your household may not be employed by any company that delivers letters, documents, or packages.
- You, an immediate family member, and any member of your household may not be employed by or perform any service for television, radio, or news organizations.
If you, a family member, or a friend are eligible and would like to participate in this mail study, please call us at 1-800-770-2974, visit our website, www.ttmsdropper.com, or send an email requesting more information.
Please provide the following information in your email.
Subject Line: Please reference the website where you found this ad and your ZIP Code
Body of email: Please include the following information so that we can call you with further information:
- Name
- City, State, and ZIP Code where you live
- Telephone Number
Please visit http://about.usps.com/what-we-are-doing/service-performance/welcome.htm to understand more about how the U.S. Postal Service uses our performance measurement information.

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