Posts Tagged ‘Zumbox’

Go with the declining paper flow

I can’t remember the last time I received a nice handwritten letter in the post from someone; all I get is a surfeit of bills and credit-card offers. This makes two products aimed at ending our need for paper-based mail sound appealing. Confusingly, one offers to put my physical address online, while the other is […]

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Earth Class Mail CEO slams online mail startup Zumbox

An Internet startup called Zumbox is rolling out a service today that promises to transform the way people send and receive postal mail online. Sound familiar? Earth Class Mail also is trying to reinvent postal mail. But Earth Class Mail Chief Executive Ron Wiener dismisses any similarities between the two, calling Zumbox a “joke” and […]

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Zumbox creates an all-digital alternative to the U.S. Postal Service

The U.S. Postal Service is about to get some competition in the digital world. Zumbox is launching the public beta test today for its all-digital alternative to the paper postal service. Wait a minute, you’re thinking. Isn’t that email? Nope. Westlake Village, Calif.-based Zumbox lets you send or receive scanned, physical representations of letters, bills […]

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