How to Find a Post Office Box Address

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Many consumers choose to use a P.O. Box as a secure way to receive mail. Because the United States Postal Service values the privacy of its customers, it won't reveal to you the address or account holder for any P.O. Box. Instead, you can find a P.O. Box address with the assistance of online search tools.

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    Use an online search directory to find a P.O. Box address. You will find different tools you can use online to gather information regarding a P.O. Box address and the account holder for the box. For example, you can use the website InfoSearch.

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    Provide InfoSearch with the P.O. Box number and Postcode you are trying to look up. You will have to pay a fee in order to have the company investigate the information you give them. Once the investigation is complete, they will provide you with the actual address on file for the account holder.

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    Find the physical location of the P.O. Box. If you are attempting to get the street address of the location for the P.O. Box, you can also use websites to find this information. For instance, Black Book Online has you put in the box number and Postcode in order to return the street address information. This service is free to use.

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    Determine if the organisation has a searchable P.O. Box engine. For instance, Georgia State University allows you to type in the person's name or department to look for their P.O. Box number. Also, if you are looking for the P.O. Box address for a certain business, you can check its website to see if the contact information is provided.

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