SAVE THE DATE FOR NATIONAL PCC DAY AND REMEMBER TO REGISTER EARLY BEFORE AUG. 26TH AND SAVE $14.00 OFF THE NORMAL REGISTRATION FEE

NATIONAL PCC DAY – SAVE THE DATE!
September 23, 2016
Presented by the Central MA PCC, Greater Boston PCC, Southeastern MA PCC, Western MA PCC, Maine PCC, New Hampshire PCC and Providence


“Early Bird” $85.00 Registration through August 26!  
(After August 26, registration will be $99.00)
Registrations received August 26 or before will also be automatically entered 
into a drawing to win a Free Tour of Gillette Stadium (day of event)!
                                   Gillette Stadium, Putnam Club
                                                                                     
Ø Industry Exhibits
Ø Informative Business Sessions 
Ø Network with old and new colleagues
Ø GREAT surprise guest speakers! 
                                                           
Greater Boston Postal Customer Council
PO Box 51234
Boston MA  02205-1234
 
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JOIN US FOR WHAT PROMISES TO BE A GREAT EVENT, NATIONAL PCC DAY ON FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH AT GILLETTE STADIUM

 Join us for NATIONAL PCC DAY on Friday, September 23, 2016 at Gillette Stadium
 
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Presented by the Central MA PCC, Greater Boston PCC, Southeastern MA PCC, Western MA PCC, Maine PCC, New Hampshire PCC and Providence PCC
“Early Bird” $85.00 Registration through August 26!  
(After August 26, registration will be $99.00)
 
                                   Gillette Stadium, Putnam Club
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To Register:  https://bostonpcc.org
Ø Industry Exhibits
Ø Informative Business Sessions
Ø Network with old and new colleagues
Ø GREAT guest speakers! 
 
Earn your 2016 National PCC Week Professional Certificate at Gillette Stadium
To qualify, PCC members must meet the following requirements:
Ø  Participate in the PCC Day 2016 event at Gillette Stadium and listen to the USPS Officer/Executive/Speaker Remarks
Ø  View the pre-produced Postmaster General’s keynote address
Ø  Attend an educational workshop of your choice at PCC Day 2016      
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Paper For Plastic

USPS News Link

Paper for plastic

Card users prefer mailed statements, poll finds

More than half of consumers continue to have paper financial statements delivered by mail, new research shows.

More than half of consumers continue to have paper financial statements delivered by mail, new research shows.

Paper statements remain popular with credit card users, including many who say they are willing to pay extra to receive mailed statements each month.

The research comes from a new poll by CreditCards.com, a consumer news and information service.

The survey found 54 percent of credit card users still receive paper statements each month, despite efforts by the financial industry to push consumers to switch to digital versions.

Almost half of card users — 46 percent — say they wouldn’t switch to e-statements, even if they were charged extra for a monthly mailing.

Fifty percent of cardholders prefer monthly mailings because they still pay their bills by check and like receiving an envelope with their statement.

Respondents also said hard-copy statements serve as a reminder that the bill has to be paid, and paper makes recordkeeping easier.

“Electronic statements might seem cool and environmentally friendly, and paper statements may seem old-fashioned, but paper is just easier to review,” Chi Chi Wu, a lawyer with the National Consumer Law Center, told CreditCards.com.

A study earlier this year by the law center found paper statements benefit older consumers and allow families of incapacitated consumers to better manage financial records.