The Balearic anti-Monopoly Tribunal will be taking action against the Post Office which has been accused of dirty tricks by the independent operator, International First Class Courier, (IFCC). The IFCC took action after the Post Office claimed that they were operating illegally in the Balearics. This led to a drop in trade, according to First Class Courier, which usually operates in tourist resorts handling thousands of post-cards. IFCC pointed out yesterday that their action was not illegal and had the blessing of the Spanish government which is seeking to open the postal service to other private companies. The state postal company had accused IFCC and other independent operators of confusing tourists. The Tribunal, which is considering what action to take against the Post Office, said it thought that it was outrageous that the Postal Office had seized thousands of post-cards which had been placed in Post Office mail boxes and had taken no further action. IFCC usually handles more than 1.5 million letters a month during the summer


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