A post office refers to an office where postal service is offered to the people. It is a government-run office. It offers mail-related services such as accepting and delivering letters, parcels and money orders and selling postage and various kinds of stamps, forms, and others. Recently Electronic Money Transfer Service (EMTS) has been added to the postal service in Bangladesh. In every town and even in the remote villages, there are post offices for providing mail-related service. There is a post box hanging in front of the post office. The public insert their letters into this box. The chief of the post office is called the Post Master. In a post office postman is a familiar figure. He delivers letters and money orders to the payee. He goes from house to house. A post office also plays the role of a bank. Savings bank accounts can be opened with it. Cumulative deposits and time deposits are also available with it. Withdrawal is also done in the post office. Recently Bangladesh postal service has introduced Postal Cash Card. It is a debit card. It provides services such as Cash in, Cash out, a Balance transfer to other cards, a transaction with ATM located at post offices or QCASH marked ATM booths. Previously, the letters were sent by horses but now-a-days these are sent by railways, transport, and airways. As a result, letters and other articles sent through postal services reach the destination in a short time from long distances. The post office is very useful to us. It is also safe to keep our money in the post office.