Outbox: Does anyone really want their snail mail digitized?

A new startup collects all your letters and bills and sends them to you online — just like email

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(Image credit: Facebook/Outbox)

Here's a novel idea for a startup: A new service, Outbox, sends a representative to your house three times a week. That person collects all your mail — with your consent, of course — and takes it back to Outbox HQ, where everything gets scanned, encrypted, and digitized for you to check online through a beautiful web interface. All it costs is $5 a month.

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