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New Rules for Business Mailing: USPS January 2013 Changes

By Bill Alpert / January 11, 2013

You’ve probably heard that the cost to mail a First Class letter is going up a penny. More info on that here. Notably, the largest impact of the Jan. 2013 changes involve standard class (read: bulk) mail. An effective cure for insomnia can be found in this PDF. Here’s the short list for self mailers, our most […]

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United States Postal Service new NCOA rules

By Bill Alpert / December 22, 2008

Starting November 23, the USPS will require that all presorted mailing lists be cleaned using the National Change of Address (NCOA) directory. It’s a 95 day rule. Your list needs to get cleaned at least every 3 months. If you’re busted for sending “dirty” mail, your postal discounts will be forfeited, and you’re liable to […]

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"Your rules are really beginning to annoy me!"

By Bill Alpert / June 13, 2008

Kurt Russell’s words come to mind every time a new postal regulation comes into force, and this time around is no exception! Starting November 23, the USPS will require that all presorted mailing lists be cleaned using the National Change of Address (NCOA) directory. To see our NCOA primer and special promotional offer, click here. […]