Member Exclusive: USPS to Retire CAPS; Time to Migrate to EPS

The purpose of this member update is to compliment the USPS documentation with a simplified set of discovery steps we developed with the help of our Postal Committee Chair, Todd Black, who is our subject matter expert. The USPS has a dedicated homepage for Enterprise Payment System (EPS) housing all levels of details. By Todd Black, ACMA Postal […]

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Member Alert: Do Not Pay Erroneous USPS Invoices

Dear Members: On May 1st and May 4th, we advised you of of postal customers having received “drastically inflated bills” for use of the Postal Service’s Address Correction Service (ACS). The Postal Service is now requesting that you DO NOT pay the invoices for either month at this time. The National Customer Support Center is reviewing the […]

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Member Exclusive: ACMA’s Legal Corner – The Week That Was…The ACMA National Catalog Forum & GDPR

During ACMA’s 11th Annual National Catalog Forum in Washington on May 22nd, Marty presented with Jonathan Johnson, Board member of Overstock, on the “Kill Quill” state tax laws and the impact on industry members of the U.S. Supreme Court’s forthcoming decision in the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Overstock, Newegg case. Then on May 23rd, most […]

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Member Alert: Senate Committee Approves Two Postal Governors

Dear Member: We’ve received word from our friends at PostCom that late yesterday, the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee approved – by voice vote – the nominations of David C. Williams and Robert M. “Mike” Duncan to be Postal Service Governors. The third nominated governor, Calvin R. Tucker, withdrew his nomination. While no floor vote […]

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Member Alert Follow-up: USPS Acknowledges ACS Overcharges Were Erroneous

Dear Member: Earlier this week, we informed you of some “drastically inflated bills” you may have received for use of the Postal Service’s Address Correction Service (ACS). The Postal Service has publicly acknowledged this was done in error and said the following in an email to ACS customers: If you are receiving this email then your […]

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