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Customer Registration ID (CRID)

The USPS® Customer Registration ID (CRID) is a unique number that identifies a specific business location involved in a mailing. In order to submit electronic documentation (and receive Full-Service benefits), customers must have a customer registration ID assigned to their business location. 

Who is CRID for?

Mailers and mail service providers submitting electronic documentation (eDoc).

First Class Mail
Parcels
Periodicals
Standard Mail

Description

A Customer Registration Identification number (CRID) is a USPS-generated numeric code of up to 15 digits that uniquely identifies a business at a location. Each MID (Mailer ID) is owned by a single CRID at any given time and each mailing permit is owned by a single CRID at any given time.

A CRID is created for you when you create a Business Customer Gateway account. Your CRID information is visible when you log in to your Business Customer Gateway account page.

 

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Featured Resources

Mailer IDs (MID) and Customer Registration IDs (CRID) Version 3

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Contact

For questions, please call 1-800-522-9085 or email intelligentmailsupport@usps.gov.

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