Comment Period on Postage Statement Changes

without comments

Per the DMM Advisory, the USPS Federal Register notice having to do with changes to the Postage Statements, including processing – and elimination of the round stamp – and the new, convoluted process for actually obtaining a paper receipt:

“Today the Federal Register published our proposed rule, Streamlining Hard-copy Postage Statement Processing.

This proposed rule reflects changes in the processing of hard copy postage statements that accompany commercial and permit imprint mailings at Postal One!® facilities.

Mailers are encouraged to mail or hand-deliver written comments to the U.S. Postal Service® Headquarters in Washington DC no later than February 25, 2010. Mailers may also email their comments concerning the proposed rule, containing the name and address of the commenter to: MailingStandards@usps.gov, with a subject line of “Postage Statement Processing.”

Read the entire proposed rule on the Postal Explorer® website at pe.usps.com by clicking on Federal Register Notices in the left frame.”

This is the time to speak up, especially those of you who require a stamped postage statement as part of your current business process.  Don’t be caught off guard, be prepared for any changes, and provide feedback!

Written by Lisa.Bowes

January 26th, 2010 at 12:31 pm

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