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USPS Change of Address

It is a place to update your address with the United States Postal Service. You can view, update and cancel your change of address order. This simple process requires your new 5-digit zip code and your 16-digit confirmation code. It will take up to 72 hours for an order to be effective in the system. All the information in USPS Change of Address Service is secured with https connection.

United States Postal Service Instructions
If you haven’t changed your address,

  1. Click Submit a Change of Address order online in the yellow box below the page.
  2. Click Continue and select the circles that meet your demand. Click Continue again.
  3. Enter your name, old and new address and your contact information. Click Continue, then sign and date the form.
  4. In addition to online change of address, you can call USPS or go to the post office. You’ll be charged a $1 verification fee for online or call options.

After submitting your order, find your confirmation code in your email or in your new mailbox. If you have questions about changing your address, you can refer to the first reference link below.

USPS has several move update options for customers: ACS service which provides a cost-effective, efficient means of obtaining accurate change-of-address information, Ancillary Service Endorsements, FASTforward System and NCOALink Systems, try them and determine which one or what options work for you and your company.

To receive tracking information by email, perform the following steps:

  1. Go to Track & Confirm at
  2. Enter your Label ID number from the Mailing Label or Receipt
  3. Under “Notification Options,” click on Go for the Track & Confirm by Email option
  4. Enter your name
  5. Select the type of email notification you would like (either “Email all Activity to Date,” or “Email all Future Activity”)
  6. Enter up to three different email addresses to receive the notifications
  7. Click Submit and you are now able to receive email notifications.

You can also visit if you have questions about your PO Box. If your issues are not covered by the above instructions, please call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777) for customer support. Customer Service representatives are available Monday thru Friday:  8:00 am to 8:30 pm ET, Saturday:  8:00 am to 6:00 pm ET, closed for Sundays and holidays.

About United States Postal Service
As an independent agency of the United States federal government, United States Postal Service is the largest, most efficient postal company in the world. Their retail network is larger than McDonald’s, Starbucks and Wal-Mart combined. The cost of a stamp is 45 cents, while other major posts average 93 cents for theirs. It was born in more than two centuries ago by Benjamin Franklin in 1775. In 1971, USPS began its operations.

View your USPS Change of Address order at

Reference Links

  1. United States Postal Service Change of Address FAQs –
  2. United States Postal Service on Facebook –
  3. United States Postal Service on Twitter –
  4. United States Postal Service on YouTube –
  5. USPS move update
  6. USPS address quality services
  7. USPS manage my move help center –

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    I changed my address and the apartment number was left off. I have been on hold two times today for more than 30 minutes each time. The “Official Change of Address Confirmation Letter” also gives an online website at that is not helpful at all. There is no area that the confirmation number can be entered. How do I get to speak to someone to give the complete address?

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    the site does not take me to the place to enter the confirmation code give to me by USPS. I need to make a change on my new address. How do I get to the site given and the correct page to enter the confirmation number given me?

  9. says:

    Lilia would like to check my new post office box but I am not able to do that.
    I am her friend Henriette and my email is [email protected]
    We have a confirmation number but please tell me how to get into many my move.

  10. says:

    I have followed instructions on my confirmation letter for a change of address to contact “” and have not been able to complete that transaction! It doesn’t provide enough space to type in the 16 digit confirmation no
    I also called th 800number to cancel this service and spent 22 minutes on hold. What kind of operation are you running. The local USPS post office said that you are not an official USPS site. I will now call the better business bureau.