Understanding your line of credit (Purchase Power)

Information on your line of credit through the Pitney Bowes Bank.

Understanding your line of credit and its advantages

By consolidating your postage, mailing, and shipping costs into the Pitney Bowes Bank Line of Credit (Purchase Power), you can manage expenses, extend payment cycles, and minimize the risk of disruptions. This approach preserves cash flow and provides a clear overview of expenses for improved efficiency and customer trust.
  • Itemized statements are issued monthly.
  • With flexible payment terms, you have the option to pay the full amount due, the minimum, or anything in between, similar to a credit card.
  • Earn Loyalty Rewards Points for every dollar spent.
  • Get customized reporting using Total Postage Management.

Getting started 

  • You need to activate your Line of Credit (Purchase Power) account to use it. To activate your Purchase Power account, follow the prompts on the screen during your next meter refill.
  • If there are no Purchase Power account prompts, submit this form to apply for a Purchase Power credit line through The Pitney Bowes Bank, member FDIC.

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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 & Conditions are subject to change.

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UPDATED: May 14, 2024