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Shortpaid PC Postage Parcels
PC Postage is a service offered by the U.S. Postal Service that allows customers to print U.S. postage stamps with their own printers...
In September 2013, we reported that the Postal Service’s internal controls for PC Postage parcels were inadequate and the Postal Service estimated $[redacted] million in shortpaid postage (postage that was either underpaid or not paid). We recommended corrective interim controls and automated systems. The Postal Service disagreed and instead decided to review its automated verification capabilities....
What the OIG Found
The Postal Service has implemented limited controls for identifying and collecting shortpaid PC Postage parcels since our September 2013 audit. Such efforts have included information sharing between the Postal Service and the PC Postage providers and manual assessments by the Postal Service. These efforts, however, have had very minor impact, as estimated shortpaid postage for these parcels has grown to $[redacted] million in FY 2016.
originally posted by: SR1TX
I ship tons of stuff USPS.
There is nothing broken about them. They process million of things a year. One thing is for certain tho.
You are not getting an un-postmarked package through the system from there to there.
Everyone is super super gullible.