Reserve funds now for consistent payment

Streamline mailing and shipping payments with an interest-earning cash supply

Funds in place for peace of mind

Disruptions to your mailing and shipping services can damage your profitability and your reputation. The Pitney Bowes Bank Deposit Account (Reserve Account) eliminates the risk of service interruptions by providing an FDIC-insured, interest-bearing, flexible cash supply for all your mailing, shipping, and postage expenses.

Get the (big) picture

Consolidating your expenses into one account simplifies your cash management and provides one, streamlined view of your activity through robust reporting. You’ll be able to maximize your AP efficiencies, expedite transactions, and easily identify opportunities for optimization. Speak with your Sales Representative for more information.

The Pitney Bowes Bank Deposit Account gives you:


• Pay your expenses as you incur them

• Flexible terms and amounts

• Identify opportunities for increased efficiencies


• Reduce AP processing hours/expenses

• Earn interest on your deposits

• Enjoy a cost-efficient cash supply


• Eliminate the risk of service disruptions/missed payments

• Expedite cost allocation and invoicing

• Enjoy peace of mind with reserve funds on hand

Leverage the efficiency, expertise, and financial security other shipping and mailing companies can’t offer…because they don’t have a bank.

Juggling multiple payment platforms and manual processes wastes time and money

Contact your Sales Representative to learn how a Pitney Bowes Bank Deposit Account
can streamline and optimize your cash management.

Payment Solutions Deposit Account is also referred to as Pre-Paid Deposit Account and Reserve Account. Payment Solutions Line of Credit is also referred to as Purchase Power or Purchase Power Plus.

Eligibility subject to credit approval and customer verification. This is not a commitment to lend, and this does not create, and is not intended to create a legally binding obligation on either of us. Program, rates, terms and conditions are subject to change. Banking products and services are provided by The Pitney Bowes Bank, Inc., Member FDIC. Pitney Bowes, Pitney Bowes Bank, and the Corporate logo are trademarks of Pitney Bowes Inc. or a subsidiary. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.