Hey Guys, I usually put my 1/2 page flyers in the paper boxes of certain neighborhoods which deserve my services (ha, ha). On some rare occasions there is not a paper box, but only a mail box. I knew that it was against the law to open a mailbox, but had no clue it was illegal to stick something on the out side of one. I use a small piece of clear tape. Anyways, I got home to listen to the answering machine thinking I had a potential customer, instead this lady was upset that the small piece of tape had peeled off a small portion of the paint and wanted to know what I would do about it. In talking to her on the phone today, she told me that any contact with the mailbox was illegal. Of course Im going to probably repaint the mailbox and make it right with her, and hopefully I could get a referal for handling it nicely if shes not still pissed. But I had no idea, and thought everyone should know. I was talking to 65Hoss on the phone tonight and two of his customers work for the US Postal service, and they told him the same thing as far as any contact with the mailbox, but the bricks, and wood etc that supports the box is OK. Anyways, I am thinking of not even going with the flyer thing next year if I get enough repeat customers. I get the dirtiest looks just by putting them in the paper boxes, and I understand why that woman was upset, I wasnt the only person to stick stuff on the box, but the straw that broke the camel's back. I feel like such an idiot handing them out, like a telamarketer or something. I will probably hand them out early in the morning from now on when people are sleeping. Anyone else feel wierd handing out flyers???