USPS May Allow Refunds for Undated Metered Postage

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The U.S. Postal Service proposed in the Federal Register that it may allow refunds for unused, undated metered postage.


Currently, the USPS grants refunds only for unused, dated meter indicia if requested within 60 days of printing the indicia.


The proposal would benefit mailers that generate large quantities of unused, undated metered postage and can meet the refund criteria.


The agency also proposed minor clarifications to the procedures for requesting refunds for unused, dated metered postage.


The public can submit comments on the proposal before Nov. 28. They should mail or deliver written comments to Charles Tricamo, New York Rates and Classification Service Center, Postal Service, 1250 Broadway FL 14, New York, NY, 10095-9599.


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