Various Fact Sheets to Serve as Reference Guides.
Become familiar with many different USPS programs and learn how they can benefit you.
This document is for mailers who are sending Flat-size Bound Printed Matter (such as catalogs) using the Presorted or Carrier Route prices or Flat-size Media Mail or Library Mail (such as large envelopes) using the Presorted prices.
This document is for mailers who are sending flat-size mail (such as large envelopes) at Automation and Presorted First-Class Mail prices.
This document is for business mailers who are sending flat-size USPS Marketing Mail (such as large envelopes, catalogs, and circulars). To use the USPS Marketing Mail prices, you must send at least 200 pieces or 50 pounds of mail at a time, prepared and sorted according to Postal Service guidelines.
This document provides an overview of the methods customers can use to request a Mailer ID (MID) or Customer Registration ID (CRID) from the Postal Service.
The Enterprise Payment System (EPS) allows customers to pay for Postal products and services through a single account, called the Enterprise Payment Account (EPA). The benefits of EPS include: • Pay and manage services online using a single account • Automatically pay annual fees from EPA • Enhanced security features, centralized balance and account management • Fund as ACH Debit or Trust Account • Self-service customer experience • Intuitive and interactive mailing reports • Manage Post Office Boxes through EPOBOL
With the current implementation of EPS, business customers are able to manage their PO Boxes, Caller Services and Reserve Boxes online using the new Enterprise PO Boxes Online (ePOBOL) service.
In November 2016, the USPS began assessments for Full-Service Mail Quality Metrics determined to be over the established threshold in a calendar month.
The following guidelines should be followed when determining if a pallet should be prepared and placarded.
This fact sheet contains an overview of the IMsb Tool, its benefits, and how it works.
This document is an overview of the IMpb verification process.
Qualified Business Reply Mail (QBRM) is Business Reply Mail type that utilizes the enhanced processing capability of Intelligent Mail barcode Accounting (IMbA) to reduce processing times and ensure QBRM mailers receive reply mail and invoices quickly.
This document provides fact sheet providing technical specifications on the acquisition, implementation, and benefits of the Intelligent Mail Tray Label.
Full-Service mailers have the opportunity to use the same permit at any location via the Mail Anywhere program. Entry into the Mail Anywhere program is limited to mailers who meet the quality thresholds for Full-Service electronic verification.
This fact sheet identifies the variety of products and services that help improve the accuracy of mailing lists, the quality of the physical addresses, and provide Change-of-Address (COA) information.
This document provides information on Full-service annual presort fee waivers.
Participation Criteria To participate in Seamless Acceptance all pieces must be uniquely barcoded, included in electronic documentation (eDoc) and mailers must meet the following requirements