Purchase Power statements explained

Purchase power invoice, payment terms and fee structure explained.

Learn more about your Line of credit (Purchase Power) statement, including the statement terms, summary of charges, and purchase summary.

Click Here to view a sample of a Purchase Power statement and an explanation of the statement structure.

Statement Terms

  • A credit line that allows for consolidated billing of postage, rental, shipping, and supplies.
  • Itemized statements are issued monthly.
  • Flexible payment terms allow you to pay the full or minimum amount due or anything in between.
  • Payments are due 27 days from the statement date. See Purchase Power Payment Options.

Summary of Charges Explained

Use the below image for more information on any of the sections within the Summary of Your Charges.


For information on additional charges that may apply see Purchase Power fees explained

Purchase Summary Explained.

Transactions are grouped by type and summarized in the Purchases field. Individual transactions are itemized on the additional pages of the invoice.

  • Postage Activity: Charges relating to postage meter refills.

    • Tip: The description field will show the serial number of each individual meter on the account.

  • Supplies: Supply orders that were billed to the Purchase Power account.

    • Tip: Purchase Order numbers for supply orders are listed in the details section.

  • Equipment and Services: Charges for annual maintenance, service call out and rental.

    • Tip: The details section will show cover dates for service or rental contracts.

  • Shipping: Shipping activity for parcels and packages.
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UPDATED: May 16, 2024