Is the change of address card a thing of the past?

October 25, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
In response to this,, the UKs only online change of address service,
has launched a competition for its users to design a change of address e-card.

Eileen Rutschmann, CEO at, explains why, E-mail is a quick and convenient way to keep your friends and families up to date with your address change Its understandably a popular option. But its just not very personal. An e-card offers home-movers a quick and easy way to tell friends and family about their move, with a more personal and creative touch than that youd get from a plain old e-mail or greetings card.

Were inviting our users to design an e-card for with the chance of a cash prize along with seeing their design used by home-movers up and down the country.

For further details and entry to the competition visit


Other results from the poll include:

22 per cent of respondents said that they send more than 30 cards.
14 per cent of respondents said they send between 16 and 30 cards.
12 per cent of respondents send between five and 15 cards.
4 per cent of respondents send fewer than five cards.

About is a free, online change of address service that enables home movers to quickly send their new address to all the organisations with whom they want to stay in touch these include organisations in more than 30 categories including mobile phone companies like Vodafone, loyalty cards such as Boots, all utilities, charitable organisations, university alumni offices, TV Licensing, DVLA, Passport Office, banks, building societies, and all local councils. sends more than 50,000 notifications to more than 1,500 organisations on behalf of its users every month.

In addition, provides independent advice on tariffs from the most comprehensive list of suppliers of gas, electricity, broadband, telecoms and pay TV to ensure movers get the best rates and most suitable providers possible for their new home., the only online address change service in the UK, works in partnership with the Royal Mail.