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    i need to know does anyone know the postal code for santiago because i heard there is one and some people tell me that there is none. so does anyone know if it exists or not. hillbilly, azb anyone thank you.

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    No such animal.
    Don't bother looking.

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    If you would like to try using them, the codes are at: INPOSDOM - Instituto Postal de la República Dominicana
    Santiago is 51000

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOWMAR View Post
    If you would like to try using them, the codes are at: INPOSDOM - Instituto Postal de la República Dominicana
    Santiago is 51000
    You could knock me over with a feather.
    When did they start using postal codes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
    You could knock me over with a feather.
    When did they start using postal codes?
    Postal codes, hell! When did folks start using the DR postal "system"?

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    Actually, for mail with no obvious value (correspondence), it isn't bad. I just got a letter from New York in about 3 weeks. It did appear to have been opened (I'm sure looking for money).
    BTW cost for 1 ounce air-mail from US to DR was US$ 0.84. Probably took 1 day to get to the DR and 20 days to be delivered.
    Last edited by HOWMAR; 10-31-2006 at 02:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOWMAR View Post
    Actually, for mail with no obvious value (correspondence), it isn't bad. I just got a letter from New York in about 3 weeks. It did appear to have been opened (I'm sure looking for money).
    BTW cost for 1 ounce air-mail from US to DR was US$ 0.84. Probably took 1 day to get to the DR and 20 days to be delivered.
    3 post cards delivered to the Santiago "post office" took 36, 47 and <vanished> days to get to FL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOWMAR View Post
    Actually, for mail with no obvious value (correspondence), it isn't bad. I just got a letter from New York in about 3 weeks. It did appear to have been opened (I'm sure looking for money).
    BTW cost for 1 ounce air-mail from US to DR was US$ 0.84. Probably took 1 day to get to the DR and 20 days to be delivered.

    Received on 9 October in the Colonial Zone SD without a zip code, a letter posted in Manhattan on 2 October with a US$0.37 stamp.

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    Default October 9 wasyour lucky day!

    Bryanell, you should have played lottery on October 9! Based on my limited experience (5 packages out of 6), FedEx "International Priority" with no value does not get delivered to door here sooner then in 7 calendar days...

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    Talking New postal code link

    Quote Originally Posted by HOWMAR View Post
    If you would like to try using them, the codes are at: INPOSDOM - Instituto Postal de la República Dominicana
    Santiago is 51000
    The link above is not working but this one is:

    Codigo Postal Regiones

    Don't put much faith in anything really important actually getting any where though...it really is completely hit or miss mostly MISS.

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