Mail Box

★★★☆☆
  • 300 Queen Anne Ave N

    Seattle, WA 98109

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  • 206-285-0919

About Mail Box

Hours
Mon-Fri 10am-5:30pm, Sat 10am-1pm

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I live in Magnolia and work on Queen Anne. I've been a customer at the MailBox for a little over a year now...They always greet me with my mail and a smile on their face(s). It makes me feel good to have a place that is reliable and treats me like a person...and not just a number.

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I live in Magnolia and work on Queen Anne. I've been a customer at the MailBox for a little over a year now...They always greet me with my mail and a smile on their face(s). It makes me feel good to have a place that is reliable and treats me like a person...and not just a number.

Pros: Close to work and home - Friendly faces

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This business will, for 30% of sales price, sell your items on Ebay. I thought it sounded good and took some photography equipment. I gave them my minimum price. What I did not know, is that they would take it upon themselves to rig the "sell now" price on eBay so that it would guarantee that my lowest acceptable price immediately became the highest potential price. Had the items sold for this price after an auction, I would have not objections. It was as if the Mail Box people were interested in the items themselves or for friends and wanted to be certain that they spent no more than necessary. I won't do business with them again. If you are tempted, beware of the lowest price you tell them is acceptable. You might not get a real auction.

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This business will, for 30% of sales price, sell your items on Ebay. I thought it sounded good and took some photography equipment. I gave them my minimum price. What I did not know, is that they would take it upon themselves to rig the "sell now" price on eBay so that it would guarantee that my lowest acceptable price immediately became the highest potential price. Had the items sold for this price after an auction, I would have not objections. It was as if the Mail Box people were interested in the items themselves or for friends and wanted to be certain that they spent no more than necessary. I won't do business with them again. If you are tempted, beware of the lowest price you tell them is acceptable. You might not get a real auction.

Pros: none, in my experience

Cons: can't be trusted to work in your interests

 

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