of possible fraud?
- A mailing is prepared and presented by a
mail preparer. The mail owner complains that the company received
no responses to mailings.
- A mail owner regularly complains about
a mail preparer (third-party mailer).
- A mail owner or mail
preparer regularly arrives just at cut-off time.
than using a nearby Post Office, a customer travels to a
distant Post Office—which may indicate he or she was already
questioned about the mailings.
- A mailer repeatedly makes the same errors
on the postage statement or repeatedly provides incomplete
information, such as claiming discounts the mailing is not
- A mailer fails to provide a Qualification
Report as supporting documentation for a mailing when required.
- A mailer becomes argumentative when questioned
about a mailing, but suddenly agrees to pay the difference
to settle the dispute.