What does it mean when in a errand advertisement it says "Apply to Box No 465A"? (for example, I guess every classified ad has a different number).
"Apply to Box No 465A" What does it have it in mind? (Job advertisement) ?
Here's a real example from advertiser.ie :
"PART TIME staff required for busy arcade within Salthill. Apply to Box No 465A."
Answers: It's a box number at the newspaper running the advertisement, NOT a post department box. You send your application the the newspaper, Box No 465A, and they forward it to the advertiser.
Look at the advertisment for the address you obligation to send your resume or cover letter to and address it to that address near "Box XXX" on the line where you would put the number and street.
For example: Reply to: Box 444A
you would e-mail your resume and your cover letter to:
Director of Human Resources
Whatever town, Whatever state, zip
Or doesn`t matter what the paper you read this on said to use.
You'll find all the replies stir to the newspaper offices where on earth the advertisers have taken out a private box number.