Line of credit (Purchase Power) fees explained
Learn about potential fees on your Purchase Power account, like transaction fees, late payment charges, finance charges and overlimit fees. Discover simple tips to avoid these charges and manage your account effectively.
A transaction fee is applied anytime postage is added to your meter. The amount charged for each transaction fee is outlined in your Purchase Power Terms & Conditions.
- Avoid incurring multiple fees by downloading enough postage to last the month.
Finance chargeA finance charge is the interest due for maintaining a balance on your Line of Credit (Purchase Power).
- Avoid this charge by paying the balance in full by the due date displayed on your monthly statement.
Overage FeeYour Purchase Power terms and conditions includes a monthly postage purchase threshold. If you go over this, a 1% Overage Fee is assessed on any amount over the threshold during the statement period. This fee covers the cost of borrowing funds beyond the set threshold, and you'll see it on your monthly Line of Credit (Purchase Power) statement.
- If you routinely exceed your postage threshold, be sure to keep your monthly postage purchases, combined across your meters and postage accounts, under the threshold included in your Purchase Power Terms & Conditions.
Late Payment FeeA late payment fee is applied when the 'Minimum Payment' due is not received by the due date. Check payments will be posted to the account within 10 days from the date mailed.
- Avoid incurring late payment fees by Setting up AutoPay.
Overlimit FeeAn Overlimit Fee is incurred when you exceed your total credit limit for your Line of Credit (Purchase Power).
- If you consistently exceed your credit limit, consider Applying for a credit limit increase to accommodate your monthly business needs.
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UPDATED: February 09, 2024