USPS Cracks Down on Bad Addresses

Starting March 1, shippers will need to keep their mailing lists up-to-date–or risk losing thousands to new fees. The Postal Service is changing the way they are handling the high volume of wrong addresses and the implications it has on the businesses sending them. While USPS used to randomly check a mailing list and only charge businesses if 30% or more of the sample was incorrect, now they plan on checking every single address and charge the businesses for every inaccuracy over .5%.

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