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    Default How to Serve an Information Subpoena on the U.S. Postal Service

    My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: NY, NY.

    I'm the Judgment Creditor. We have default judgment against former tenant who owes us money. We have information that debtor may be working at post office but don't know where specifically.

    Does anyone know what the USPS address is to send an information subpoena? I looked online but cannot find the applicable address. Thank you.

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