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Figure 8-18.—Completion of PS Form 3602-PO at the close of the business day.
operator.   These  meter  funds  will  be  included with the remittance at the end of the business day. ·   Give the substitute clerk a receipt for meter funds collected using PS Form 1096. RETURNING METERS AT THE CLOSE OF DAILY BUSINESS At the close of the day’s business, you determine how much metered postage you sold by subtracting the “DESCENDING   REGISTER   END”   from   the “DESCENDING REGISTER BEGINNING,” and the “ASCENDING  REGISTER  BEGINNING”  from  the “ASCENDING  REGISTER  END.”  The  two  ending amounts MUST be equal and these figures reflect the amount  of  funds  you  have  to  submit  to  the  meter custodian. When meter operators have unused meter tapes at the end of a day’s business, the amount of the tape(s) is deducted from the funds.  For example: If a clerk does $500.00 in postage meter business and has two unused meter tapes totaling $15.00, the clerk gives the meter custodian $485.00 in funds and the two tapes valued at $15.00 equaling the total sales of $500.00 (see figure 8-17). ·   The  meter  operator  must  also  complete  a  PS Form 3533 (Application and Voucher for Refund of  Postage  and  Fees)  for  submission  with  the spoiled meter tapes.  The COPE, meter operator, and a certifying employee (Postal Officer) must sign this form. ·   If a postage meter fails to print a meter tape, and the  amount  is  registered  on  the  ascending  and descending   counters,   submit   a   letter   of explanation, signed by the postal officer, with a completed  PS  Form  3533.   The  COPE,  meter operator,  and  postal  officer  must  sign  the  PS Form 3533. The  following  items  will  be  turned  over  to  the meter custodian: ·   Postage meter head ·   Meter operating lever key ·   Funds for meter tapes sold ·   Unused meter tapes (if any) ·   Triplicate copy of PS Form 3602-PO The  meter  custodian  will  reinsert  the  triplicate copy  back  into  the  correct  form  set  of  the  PS  Form 3602-PO  book. Once  in  place,  the  custodian  will record  the  ending  ascending  and  descending  register readings.  The difference between these two numbers is the amount the meter custodian is going to collect from  you. It  is  your  responsibility  to  verify  these 8-23 FPO AE 07561-0001 PB 2753812    7DEC98 PCf0817 ABS ABLE B SEAMAN JRD JOHN R. DOE Figure 8-17.—Calculating the amount of meter funds to be turned in at the close of daily business.

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