Nobody likes junk mail, but a whole bunch more could be coming to your mailbox.
The United States Postal Service has a new plan to boost the amount of junk mail it sends out as a way to make more money.
According to a report in the Huffington Post, it has proposed contracting with a marketing agencies that would be allowed to send out ads at a reduced rate.
The hope is that more junk mail will equal more revenue, building on the $17 billion its direct mail delivery service pulled in last year.
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