Changes Are Coming to the U.S. Postal Service
How Will The Updates Affect Your Mailings?
There are some changes coming to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS)!
The USPS is launching a new payment system called Enterprise Payment System (EPS) that will replace the current CAPS account system. If you currently pay for postage through a CAPS Debit or a CAPS Trust account, this change will directly affect you. As a mail service provider to many of our beloved clients, we wanted to provide you with all the information pertinent to these changes. Don’t worry though; there’s plenty of time to work through these changes, as the CAPS accounts will not be retired until April 2019.
These resources will help you to understand the changes to come.
PayMod CAPS Retirement Letter for CAPS Customers – Review this document if you currently pay for postage from a CAPS Debit account. You should have already received this letter in the mail from USPS Headquarters. This letter provides a basic review of the changes as well as contact information for the USPS.
PayMod CAPS Retirement Letter for Local Trust Customers – This document is for clients that currently pay for postage from a CAPS Trust account. You should have already received this letter in the mail from USPS Headquarters. The letter provides a basic review of the changes as well as contact information for the USPS.
PayMod Overview – The Postal Customer Council (PCC) presented this at their spring meetings. It provides an overview of how the system will work and of the reports that will be available. Please review slides 9 through 16 to see the reports that are provided.
EPS Fact Sheet – These step-by-step instructions explain the creation of the EPS account in the Business Customer Gateway.
PayMod FAQs – This document provides a list of FAQs and answers.