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Street ddress changes not showing up online


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debodun

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Three years ago, our community changed the address numbers of the houses along the main road of town - something to do with 911. However, these changes have never been incorporated into online maps like Yahoo, Google or Bing or GPS systems). How long does it take for changes like this to be reflected on these services?
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I've lived at this address for 14 years and UPS insists it doesn't exist. In fact, UPS thinks the whole west side of the street is imaginary. We don't have mail delivery (we use PO boxes) so it may never get fixed in their database. I leave off the "west" and thankfully, the UPS driver knows who lives where.
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I've lived at this address for 14 years and UPS insists it doesn't exist. In fact, UPS thinks the whole west side of the street is imaginary. We don't have mail delivery (we use PO boxes) so it may never get fixed in their database. I leave off the "west" and thankfully, the UPS driver knows who lives where.


I would be so upset if they kept saying we don't exist. That's so rude oh my god.
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