The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) recently confirmed its Stamp Fulfillment Services no longer accepts credit cards from foreign customers, including those in Canada.
“The U.S. Postal Service — not Stamp Fulfillment Services — has instituted a policy on longer accepting foreign credit cards in order to prevent fraud and protect our assets,” a USPS spokesperson told CSN yesterday.
“Foreign customers can pay with a check pre-printed in U.S. funds or a draft drawn on a U.S. bank.”
U.S. customers are still able to use credit cards to make purchases through Stamp Fulfillment Services.