Second that. I have hung flyers on mailbox posts. My postmaster said that is fine, as long as it did not interfere with the mail carrier opening the box, etc.Jason Rose said:Use extreme caution when using TAPE! Actually, just don't use it at all... No better way to piss off someone than to have a piece of tape stuck to their painted door, they peel it off and so does the paint. Granted it's a rare occourence, but iv'e seen scotch tape, the clear kind, do just that after being on a painted surface in the sun for the day!
William J. L. said:I agree about not reaching in someone's mailbox...that is unless a customer says to leave the estimate in the box. Even then, I'm leary about opening someone's mail box.
The only way to put something in the mailbox is to mail it. The customer can not tell you to put it in the box because it is not his box. It is against federal law to put anything in a mailbox. And if you start doing business with it (putting a proposal in it) they will most definitely want to talk to you.