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In America it is called zip code. In Australia and UK, Postcode. It is the last few numbers and/or letters in your address that tell the post Office computers where to send your mail when it is hard to read the rest of the address. Basically it gives exact location of your local Post office. In Australia it is four numbers, First one is state, and so on.
In US it is 2 letters giving the state and then numbers, in Uk it is 2 letters, 3 numbers 3 letters, etc.
The zipcode 424028 stands for the Russian city - Yoshkar-Ola (Йошкар-Ола). She did make a mistake. She should have specified the city. I guess she just missed it. But you can always find the city by a 6-digit Russian zipcode.
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Yes, if you are getting garbled messages or numbers and can’t read the message, interrupt by typing "STOP PLS" or XX STOP STOP CAN’T RD U XX" or "HD HD HD" and wait for the other person to respond. Then type something like this: "SORRY I MISSED UR MSG IT WAS GARBLED PLS TYPE AFTER I MEET U AT QQ" or "PLS REPEAT" or "I CAN’T RD U CAN U RD ME Q".