Endicia Internet Postage

Package Authentication

Please enter a Package Identification Code (PIC number) below to lookup information on the package you received. The shipper information will only be displayed if authorized by the sender. Mail Safety Tips
Verify the information on your Endicia packages using this web-page.

Look for the following warning signs in your mail:
  • Unexpected mail.
  • Mail without a return address.
  • Mail sent with excess stamps.
  • Handwritten address.
  • Excessive amounts of tape.
  • Lopsided or lumpy packages.
  • Oil stains or strange odors.

    If you suspect a letter or package:
  • Do not open it.
  • Avoid handling it.
  • Do not shake it, bump it, or sniff it.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Notify your local law enforcement.
  • Package Identification Code
    The PIC number is printed below the tracking barcode on the package label. For Priority Mail, Parcel Post, Media Mail, Library Mail, and Bound Printed Matter, the PIC number is either 20 or 22 digits long (for example, 01805123456789012345). For Express Mail, the PIC number is 13 characters long (for example, EO123456789US).
    Endicia Internet Postage: Package Identification Codes from Electronic USPS Tracking and Express Mail labels

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