United States Postal Service Corporate Accounts (USPSCA) to end – All accounts to close by July 1

The Postal Service is discontinuing USPSCA, a corporate account payment method used for Express Mail Corporate Accounts and Priority Mail Express Manifest Accounts.

USPSCAs — also known as United States Postal Service Corporate Accounts — are prefunded by customers to ship documents or packages by Priority Mail Express.

USPSCA customers receive a 5 percent price reduction on all domestic Priority Mail Express shipments, regardless of volume.

The Postal Service is discontinuing USPSCA because use of the service has declined over the years, while costs have continued to rise.

The organization will begin shutting down the service in January 2023 by closing all inactive accounts.

All remaining accounts will be closed on July 1.

Customers who use USPSCA as a payment method are being encouraged to switch to a payment alternative, such as Click-N-Ship, Electronic Verification System, ePostage, PC Postage or meter.

Customers should contact their sales account representative, business service network representative or their local Post Office for assistance with switching their accounts.

Customers who have a balance remaining on their USPSCA can email the Mailing and Shipping Solutions Center (MSSC) at MSSC@usps.gov to request a refund. The request should include signed authorization on letterhead, the USPSCA number, and the name and location of the business.

Accounts with a negative balance after July 1 will be sent for collection. Customers with negative balances can email MSSC to arrange payments.


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