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Zumbox Unveils Digital Postal Mail Giveaway to Help Consumers Easily Organize and File Documents

Grand Prizes Include $5,000 Worth of Bills Paid, an iPad mini or a New Flat Panel TV

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- Starting today, consumers in the US are eligible to enter in the Zumbox Digital Postal Mail Giveaway. Entrants can win one of three grand prizes, $5,000 in bills paid by Zumbox; or one of many monthly prizes, which include 3 iPad minis, a flat panel TV and 100 $10 gift cards. Over 100 prizes will be awarded monthly for 6 months.

Digital Postal Mail, powered by Zumbox, is the first digital postal system to provide a digital household hub based on a residential street address for all important mail received by consumers living at that address, enabling them to receive, view, archive and search digital postal mail in a single, secure, online environment.

The contest is open February 1, 2013 - July 31, 2013. Here are the ways to win:

Get one entry when you:
1. Visit www.digitalpostalmail.com and sign up for a Digital Postal Mail account
2. Verify your account with the verification code that is mailed to your physical mailing address
3. Refer a friend: Entrants will earn one entry for each friend they refer using the referral link received from the existing user

Earn two entries when you:
1. Connect your account with a new bill. A few popular options include Sprint, Cox and AT&T

Receive three entries when you:
1. Click to go paperless, also known as the 'paperless please' link, on any of the accounts you automatically connect with via your Digital Postal Mailbox

The entries are then put in a monthly drawing, which will occur within the first two weeks of every month, beginning in March. The grand prize drawing will occur bi-monthly while the other prizes will have winners every month. Previously earned entries will roll over to subsequent monthly prize drawings, increasing chances to win. Winners will be notified within 2 weeks following the drawing.

"We've seen a huge demand from people wanting to better organize their lives and ensure they have a secure, digital location for storing, managing and archiving documents, forever for free," said John Payne, CEO at Zumbox. "This giveaway will help spread the word that Digital Postal Mail is the answer for that demand and is available now for use. We're looking forward to helping people claim their digital mailbox, pay bills and earn some of our prizes."

For more information on the contest and to read additional rules and requirements, please click here http://www2.zumbox.com/giveaway_rules01.

About Zumbox and Digital Postal Mail
Zumbox is leading the global migration of traditional postal mail to the digital cloud. Its core offering, Digital Postal Mail, delivers an exact facsimile of paper mail to consumer households, which is archived and instantly available in the cloud, forever and for free. Based in Los Angeles, the company operates a system with reach to 120,000,000 consumer households in the United States and operates around the world via licensing and Joint Venture arrangements through its subsidiary, Zumbox Software Inc. Digital Postal Mail is available on the web at www.digitalpostalmail.com and the digital postal mail iPad® app can be found on the Apple Store at: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id517438820?mt=8

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