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Figure 4-2.—Label 11-B, Express Mail Post Office to Addressee
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mail  addressed  to  ZIP  Codes  listed  on  the  EMMS network that have a 2- or 3-day service standard. When mail  is  presented  after  the  cut-off  time  for  articles addressed  to  addresses  that  are  on  the  network  for 2-day delivery, the MPO clerk must inform the mailer that the article will be delivered by the third day. In this instance  the  accepting  clerk  must  check  the  3-day instead  of  the  2-day  delivery  block  of  Label  11-B. When a customer presents an Express Mail article for mailing after the cut-off time, and it is addressed to an address  where  there  is  only  a  3-day  delivery,  the finance clerk should not accept the article.  The clerk should ask the customer if they desire to come back on the  next  business  day,  or  the  customer  can  buy  an Express  Mail  stamp.    If  the  customer  purchases  an Express  Mail  stamp,  the  clerk  must  advise  the customer to complete the Label 11-B, affix the label and stamp to the article, and deposit it in a collection box.   On the next business day, a finance clerk will complete the date and time of acceptance blocks on the Label  11-B,  cancel  the  Express  Mail  stamp  with  a flagstamp cancellation device, then remove and mail the  customer’s  copy  of  Label  11-B  to  the  mailer. Finance  clerks  must  also  consider  weekends  and holidays  when  accepting  Express  Mail  to  ensure Express Mail items accepted can be delivered within the 2- or 3-day service standard. FIRST-CLASS MAIL Learning  Objective: Identify  and  process First-Class Mail. All  mailable  matter  may  be  sent  as  First-Class Mail  if  the  proper  amount  of  postage  is  paid.    In addition, the following items should only be mailed as First-Class Mail: ·   Matter that is wholly or partially handwritten or typewritten. ·   Matter that is closed against postal inspection. Material that is wrapped or packaged so that it cannot be examined easily or examined without destruction  or  serious  damage  should  be considered closed against postal inspection and must be charged the applicable First-Class rate of postage. ·   Other matter having the characteristics of actual and personal correspondence. ·   Bills  and  statements  of  accounts.    A  bill  is  a request for payment of a definite sum of money claimed to be owed by the addressee either to the sender or to a third party. EXAMPLES OF FIRST-CLASS MATTER Examples  of  material  that  must  be  mailed  at  the First-Class rate of postage include the following: ·   Handwritten  or  typewritten  matter,  including identical   copies   prepared   by   automatic typewriter and manifold or carbon copies of such matter.  Handwritten or typewritten matter does not  include  all  matter  produced  by  computers, but computer-prepared material is subject to the First-Class rate of postage if it has the character of actual and personal correspondence. ·   Autograph albums containing writing. ·   Notebooks or blank books containing written or typewritten entries or stenographic or shorthand notes. ·   Blank printed forms filled out in writing, such as notices, certificates, and checks either canceled or uncanceled. ·   Printed  price  lists  containing  written  figures changing individual items. ·   Printed  cards  or  letters  bearing  a  written  date, where the date is not the date of the card but gives information as to when something will occur or has occurred. ·   Any  matter  that  contains  the  endorsement “POST CARD” or “DOUBLE POST CARD.” Stamped Cards A stamped card is a card sold by the USPS with a postage stamp printed or impressed on it, used for the transmission  of  messages. A  double-stamped  card consists of two attached stamped cards.  Each card has printed  or  impressed  thereon  a  postage  stamp  of  the First-Class card rate, one of which may be detached by the receiver and returned by mail as a reply.  Stamped cards may be requisitioned from the NPFO for sale at your customer service windows. Postcards Postcards  are  privately  printed  mailing  cards  for the transmission of messages.  They may be purchased 4-5

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