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1 United States Postal Service Statement - Nonprofit Standard Mail Post Office: Note Mail Arrival Date & Time (Do Not Round-Stamp) Mailing Mailer Permit Holder's Name and Address and Address, if Any USPS Nonprofit Auth. No. CAPS Cust. Ref. No. CRID Post Office of Mailing Type of Permit # Permit Imprint Precanceled Stamps Metered For Automation, Enter Date of Address Matching and Coding / / Telephone Processing Category Letters Flats Marketing Parcels Parcels - Machinable Parcels - Irregular CMM Catalogs For Mail Enclosed within Another Class Bound Printed Matter For Carrier Route, Enter Date of Address Matching and Coding Name and Address of Mailing Agent (If other than permit holder) CRID Mailer's Mailing Date SSF Transaction # Weight of a Single Piece 0. pounds Library Mail Periodicals Media Mail For Carrier Route, Enter Date of Carrier Route Sequencing / / / / Telephone Federal Agency Cost Code Combined Mailing Mixed Class Single Class Name and Address of Mail Owner (If other than permit holder) USPS Nonprofit Auth. No. CRID Statement Seq. No. # of in Mailing Weight Mailpiece is a product sample. % Samples For Bearing a Simplified Address Enter Date of Delivery Statistics File or Alternative Method / / No. and Type of Containers Sacks 1 ft. Letter Trays 2 ft. LetterTrays EMM Letter Trays Flat Trays Pallets Other Move Update Method: Ancillary Service Endorsement NCOA Link ACS Alternative Method Multiple OneCode ACS n/a Alternative Address Format This is a Political Campaign Mailing Parts Completed (Select all that apply) A B C D E F G H I J L M S Yes No This is Official Election Mail (Add Parts s) Letter-size or flat mailpiece contains DVD/CD or other disk. at Which (Check one). Complete if the mailing includes pieces bearing metered/pc or precanceled stamps. Correct Lowest Neither pcs. x $. = Incentive/ Flat Dollar : Flat Dollar : Permit # Net Due (Line 1 +/- Lines 2, 3, 4) Yes No NSA USPS Use Certification Additional Payment (State reason) For postage affixed, add additional payment to net postage due; for permit imprint add additional payment to total postage. Postmaster: Report in AIC 125 (Permit Imprint Only, Excluding Simplified Addressing (EDDM)) AIC 208 Postmaster: Report in (Simplified Addressing (EDDM), Permit Imprint Only) Adjusted Adjusted Permit Imprint Adjusted Simplified Addressing (EDDM) Incentive/ Claimed: Type of : The mailer's signature certifies that: (1) the mailing complies with DMM 703; (2) the income derived from the sale of any products or services advertised in the mailing is not subject to the Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) and any products and services advertised are substantially related to the nonprofit organization's authorized purpose within the meaning of 39 U.S.C. 3626(j)(1)(d)(ii)(I) and 26 U.S.C. 513(A); (3) the mailing if made by a voting registration official is required or authorized under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993; and (4) it will agree to pay, subject to appeal, any revenue deficiencies assessed on this mailing. If an agent signs this form, the agent certifies that he or she is authorized to sign on behalf of the mailer, and that the mailer is bound by the certification and agrees to pay any deficiencies. In addition, agents may be liable for any deficiencies resulting from matters within their responsibility, knowledge, or control. The mailer hereby certifies that all information furnished on this form is accurate, truthful, and complete; that the mail and supporting documentation comply with all postal standards and that the mailing qualifies for the prices and fees claimed; and that the mailing does not contain any matter prohibited by law or postal regulation. I understand that anyone who furnishes false or misleading information on this form or who omits information requested on this form may be subject to criminal and/or civil penalties, including fines and imprisonment. Privacy Notice: For information regarding our Privacy Policy visit Signature of Mailer or Agent Printed Name of Mailer or Agent Signing Form Telephone Weight of a Single Piece. pound Are postage figures at left adjusted from mailer's entries? If yes, reason: Yes No USPS Use Only To be completed in non- PostalOne! sites Weight Presort Verification Performed? (If required) Yes No (Check one) I CERTIFY that this mailing has been inspected for each item below if required: (1) eligibility for postage prices claimed; (2) proper preparation (and presort where required); (3) proper completion of postage statement; (4) payment of annual fee; and (5) sufficient funds on deposit (if required) USPS Employee's Signature Date Mailer Notified Print USPS Employee's Name Contact By (Initials) Time AM PM Round Stamp (Required) Payment Date USPS Use Only To be completed in non- PostalOne! sites PS Form 3602-N1, April 2016 (Page 1 of 15) PSN This form and mailing standards are available on Postal Explorer at pe.usps.com.

2 Part A Automation Letters Letters 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category A1 None 5-Digit $0.140 A2 None 3-Digit A3 None AADC A4 None Mixed AADC A5 DNDC 5-Digit A6 DNDC 3-Digit A7 DNDC AADC A8 DNDC Mixed AADC A9 DSCF 5-Digit A10 DSCF 3-Digit A11 DSCF AADC * Letters Over 3.3 oz. up to 3.5 oz. Category Piece * A12 None 5-Digit $0.140 $0.00 A13 None 3-Digit A14 None AADC A15 None Mixed AADC A16 DNDC 5-Digit A17 DNDC 3-Digit A18 DNDC AADC A19 DNDC Mixed AADC A20 DSCF 5-Digit A21 DSCF 3-Digit A22 DSCF AADC For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. A23 Part A (Add Lines A1-A22) Full Service Intelligent Mail Option A24 DISPLAY ONLY Letters - Number of that Comply x $0.001 = * May contain both Full Service Intelligent Mail and other discount - see Instructions page for additional information PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Page 2 of 15)

3 Part B Nonautomation Letters Machinable Letters 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category B1 None AADC $0.175 B2 None Mixed AADC B3 DNDC AADC B4 DNDC Mixed AADC B5 DSCF AADC Nonmachinable Letters 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category B6 None 5-Digit $0.349 B7 None 3-Digit B8 None ADC B9 None Mixed ADC B10 DNDC 5-Digit B11 DNDC 3-Digit B12 DNDC ADC B13 DNDC Mixed ADC B14 DSCF 5-Digit B15 DSCF 3-Digit B16 DSCF ADC Nonmachinable Letters Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz. Piece Category B17 None 5-Digit $0.150 $0.660 B18 None 3-Digit B19 None ADC B20 None Mixed ADC B21 DNDC 5-Digit B22 DNDC 3-Digit B23 DNDC ADC B24 DNDC Mixed ADC B25 DSCF 5-Digit B26 DSCF 3-Digit B27 DSCF ADC For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. Part B (Add lines B1-B27) PS Form 3602-N3, April 2016 (Page 3 of 15) PSN

4 Part C Carrier Route Letters (Automation) Letters 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category C1 None Saturation $0.120 C2 None C3 None C4 None Basic C5 DNDC Saturation C6 DNDC C7 DNDC C8 DNDC Basic C9 DSCF Saturation C10 DSCF C11 DSCF C12 DSCF Basic * Letters EDDM 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category C13 None Saturation $0.120 C14 None C15 None C16 None Basic C17 DNDC Saturation C18 DNDC C19 DNDC C20 DNDC Basic C21 DSCF Saturation C22 DSCF C23 DSCF C24 DSCF Basic Nonautomation Letters 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category C25 None Saturation $0.131 C26 None C27 None C28 None Basic C29 DNDC Saturation C30 DNDC C31 DNDC C32 DNDC Basic C33 DSCF Saturation C34 DSCF C35 DSCF C36 DSCF Basic *May contain both Full Service Intelligent Mail and other discount - see Instructions page for additional information. Part C continued on next page PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Page 4 of 15)

5 Part C - Continued Carrier Route Letters (Automation) Letters Over 3.3 oz. up to 3.5 oz. Piece Category C37 None Saturation $0.120 $0.00 * C38 None C39 None C40 None Basic C41 DNDC Saturation C42 DNDC C43 DNDC C44 DNDC Basic C45 DSCF Saturation C46 DSCF C47 DSCF C48 DSCF Basic Letters EDDM Over 3.3 oz. up to 3.5 oz. Category Piece C49 None Saturation $0.120 $0.00 C50 None C51 None C52 None Basic C53 DNDC Saturation C54 DNDC C55 DNDC C56 DNDC Basic C57 DSCF Saturation C58 DSCF C59 DSCF C60 DSCF Basic *May contain both Full Service Intelligent Mail and other discount - see Instructions page for additional information. Part C continued on next page PS Form 3602-N5, April 2016 (Page 5 of 15) PSN

6 Part C - Continued Carrier Route Letters Nonautomation Letters Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz. Category Piece C61 None Saturation $0.039 $0.445 C62 None C63 None C64 None Basic C65 DNDC Saturation C66 DNDC C67 DNDC C68 DNDC Basic C69 DSCF Saturation C70 DSCF C71 DSCF C72 DSCF Basic Letters EDDM Over 3.5 oz. but less than 16 oz. Piece Category C73 None Saturation $0.039 $0.445 C74 None C75 None C76 None Basic C77 DNDC Saturation C78 DNDC C79 DNDC C80 DNDC Basic C81 DSCF Saturation C82 DSCF C83 DSCF C84 DSCF Basic For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. C85 Part C (Add Lines C1-C84) Full Service Intelligent Mail Option C86 DISPLAY ONLY Letters - Number of that Comply x $0.001 = PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Page 6 of 15)

7 Part D Automation Flats Flats 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category ** D1 None FSS Sch Pallet $0.162 D2 None FSS Other D3 None 5-Digit D4 None 3-Digit D5 None ADC D6 None Mixed ADC D7 DNDC FSS Sch Pallet D8 DNDC FSS Other D9 DNDC 5-Digit D10 DNDC 3-Digit D11 DNDC ADC D12 DNDC Mixed ADC D13 DSCF FSS Sch Pallet D14 DSCF FSS Other D15 DSCF 5-Digit D16 DSCF 3-Digit D17 DSCF ADC D18 DFSS FSS Sch Cont D19 DFSS FSS Facility Cont Flats Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz. Piece Category D20 None FSS Sch Pallet $0.026 $0.660 D21 None FSS Other D22 None 5-Digit D23 None 3-Digit D24 None ADC D25 None Mixed ADC D26 DNDC FSS Sch Pallet D27 DNDC FSS Other D28 DNDC 5-Digit D29 DNDC 3-Digit D30 DNDC ADC D31 DNDC Mixed ADC D32 DSCF FSS Sch Pallet D33 DSCF FSS Other D34 DSCF 5-Digit D35 DSCF 3-Digit D36 DSCF ADC D37 DFSS FSS Sch Cont D38 DFSS FSS Facility Cont PS Form 3602-N7, April 2016 (Page 7 of 15) PSN ** For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. D39 Full Service Intelligent Mail Option D40 Part D (Add Lines D1-D38) DISPLAY ONLY Flats - Number of that Comply x $0.001 = ** May contain both Full Service Intelligent Mail and other discount - see Instructions page for additional information

8 Part E Nonautomation Flats Flats 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category E1 None FSS Sch Pallet $0.266 E2 None FSS Other E3 None 5-Digit E4 None 3-Digit E5 None ADC E6 None Mixed ADC E7 DNDC FSS Sch Pallet E8 DNDC FSS Other E9 DNDC 5-Digit E10 DNDC 3-Digit E11 DNDC ADC E12 DNDC Mixed ADC E13 DSCF FSS Sch Pallet E14 DSCF FSS Other E15 DSCF 5-Digit E16 DSCF 3-Digit E17 DSCF ADC E18 DFSS FSS Sch Cont E19 DFSS FSS Facility Cont Flats Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz. Category Piece E20 None FSS Sch Pallet $0.130 $0.660 E21 None FSS Other E22 None 5-Digit E23 None 3-Digit E24 None ADC E25 None Mixed ADC E26 DNDC FSS Sch Pallet E27 DNDC FSS Other E28 DNDC 5-Digit E29 DNDC 3-Digit E30 DNDC ADC E31 DNDC Mixed ADC E32 DSCF FSS Sch Pallet E33 DSCF FSS Other E34 DSCF 5-Digit E35 DSCF 3-Digit E36 DSCF ADC E37 DFSS FSS Sch Cont E38 DFSS FSS Facility Cont Part E (Add lines E1-E38) For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Page 8 of 15)

9 Part F Carrier Route Flats Flats 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category F1 None Saturation* $0.131 F2 None HD F3 None HD F4 None Basic F5 None Basic - CR Bundles/Pallet F6 DNDC Saturation* F7 DNDC HD F8 DNDC HD F9 DNDC Basic F10 DNDC Basic - CR Bundles/Pallet F11 DSCF Saturation* F12 DSCF/DFSS HD F13 DSCF/DFSS HD F14 DSCF Basic F15 DSCF Basic - CR Bundles/Pallet F16 DDU Saturation* F17 DDU HD F18 DDU HD F19 DDU Basic F20 DDU Basic - CR Bundles/Pallet F21 Detached Address Label F22 Detached Marketing Label ** Flats EDDM 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less* Category F23 None Saturation $0.132 F24 None HD F25 None HD F26 None Basic F27 DNDC Saturation F28 DNDC HD F29 DNDC HD F30 DNDC Basic F31 DSCF Saturation F32 DSCF HD F33 DSCF HD F34 DSCF Basic F35 DDU Saturation F36 DDU HD F37 DDU HD F38 DDU Basic * Full Service Intelligent Mail Option not available ** May contain both Full Service Intelligent Mail and other discount - see Instructions page for additional information PS Form 3602-N9, April 2016 (Page 9 of 15) PSN Part F continued on next page

10 Part F - Continued Carrier Route Flats Flats Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz. Piece Category F39 None Saturation* $0.039 $0.445 ** F40 None HD F41 None HD F42 None Basic F43 None Basic - CR Bundles/ Pallet F44 DNDC Saturation* F45 DNDC HD F46 DNDC HD F47 DNDC Basic F48 DNDC Basic - CR Bundles/ Pallet F49 DSCF Saturation* F50 DSCF/ DFSS HD F51 DSCF/ DFSS HD F52 DSCF Basic F53 DSCF Basic - CR Bundles/ Pallet F54 DDU Saturation* F55 DDU HD F56 DDU HD F57 DDU Basic F58 DDU Basic - CR Bundles/ Pallet F59 F60 Detached Address Label Detached Marketing Label * Full Service Intelligent Mail Option not available ** May contain both Full Service Intelligent Mail and other discount - see Instructions page for additional information PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Page 10 of 15)

11 Part F - Continued Carrier Route Flats Flats EDDM Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz.* Category Piece F61 None Saturation $0.040 $0.445 F62 None HD F63 None HD F64 None Basic F65 DNDC Saturation F66 DNDC HD F67 DNDC HD F68 DNDC Basic F69 DSCF Saturation F70 DSCF HD F71 DSCF HD F72 DSCF Basic F73 DDU Saturation F74 DDU HD F75 DDU HD F76 DDU Basic For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. * Full Service Intelligent Mail Option not available F77 Part F (Add Lines F1-F76) Full Service Intelligent Mail Option F78 DISPLAY ONLY Flats - Number of that Comply x $0.001 = PS Form 3602-N11, April 2016 (Page 11 of 15) PSN

12 - Marketing Parcels Part G Marketing Parcels Presorted 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category G1 None NDC $1.112 G2 None Mixed NDC G3 DNDC 5-Digit G4 DNDC SCF G5 DNDC NDC G6 DSCF 5-Digit G7 DSCF SCF G8 DDU 5-Digit G9 Nonbarcoded Surcharge Presorted Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz. Category Piece G10 None NDC $0.896 $1.046 G11 None Mixed NDC G12 DNDC 5-Digit G13 DNDC SCF G14 DNDC NDC G15 DSCF 5-Digit G16 DSCF SCF G17 DDU 5-Digit G18 Nonbarcoded Surcharge For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. Part G (Add lines G1-G18) PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Page 12 of 15)

13 - Marketing Parcels Part H Carrier Route Parcels Parcels - Simple Samples Category H1 Targeted Small H2 Targeted Large H3 Every Door (Saturation) Small H4 Every Door (Saturation) Large H5 Detached Address Label H6 Detached Marketing Label Pallet Point Pallet Type Pallets H7 DSCF 5-Digit $ H8 DNDC 5-Digit H9 DNDC 3-Digit Carton/Sack Pallet Type Cartons H10 3-Digit Pallet with 5-Digit Cartons/Sacks $5.567 Part H (Add lines H1-H10) PS Form 3602-N13, April 2016 (Page 13 of 15) PSN

14 - Parcels Part I Machinable Parcels Parcels 3.5 oz. or more but less than 16.oz. Category Piece I1 None NDC $0.893 $1.048 I2 None Mixed NDC I3 DNDC 5-Digit I4 DNDC NDC I5 DSCF 5-Digit I6 DDU 5-Digit I7 Nonbarcoded Surcharge For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. Part I (Add lines I1-I7) Part J Irregular Parcels Parcels 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less Category J1 None NDC $1.282 J2 None Mixed NDC J3 DNDC 5-Digit J4 DNDC SCF J5 DNDC NDC J6 DSCF 5-Digit J7 DSCF SCF J8 DDU 5-Digit J9 Nonbarcoded Surcharge Parcels Over 3.3 oz. but less than 16 oz. Category Piece PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Page 14 of 15) J10 None NDC $1.066 $1.048 J11 None Mixed NDC J12 DNDC 5-Digit J13 DNDC SCF J14 DNDC NDC J15 DSCF 5-Digit J16 DSCF SCF J17 DDU 5-Digit J18 Nonbarcoded Surcharge For affixed postage mailings as described in DMM 243, compute and enter the price for each piece in the column, multiply by and total in the column. Part J (Add lines J1-J18)

15 Part L Customized MarketMail 3.3 oz. ( lbs.) or less. L1 $0.325 Part L Part M Repositionable Notes includes only charge for RPN, it does not include applicable postage charges. If using RPNs, all pieces in mailing must include RPNs. Category M1 Letters and Flats $0.00 Part M Extra Services and s Part S Extra Services and s Items mailed with Extra Services must meet the mailing standards for the extra service. Pcs. or Lbs. S4 USPS Tracking (electronic only)** $0.35 S5 Insurance* S17 Picture Permit Imprint S19 Certificate of Bulk Mailing (Form 3606-D) S25 Live Animal Transportation S28 Hazardous Material Transportation S31 Insurance Restricted Delivery* S34 Return Receipt for Merchandise *Bulk insurance on parcels only **Parcels only Part S (Add lines S4 - S34) PS Form 3602-N15, April 2016 (Page 15 of 15) PSN

16 - Instructions Use this form for Nonprofit Standard Mail prices. Step 1: Complete Mailer and Mailing sections on page 1. The Mailer section must be completely filled in, including the Permit Holder in the first box, the Mailing Agent, if any as described below, in the second box, and the Mail Owner, as described below, if other than the Permit Holder, in the third box. Mailing Agent: The mailing agent is a business entity, organization, or individual acting on behalf of one or more mail owners by providing mailing services for which the mail owners compensate the mailing agent. A business entity, organization, or individual whose services define it as a mailing agent may also be considered a mail owner, but only for its own mail or the mail of its subsidiaries. Mailing agents include, but are not limited to the following: Printer, letter shop, address list provider/manager; mail preparer, postage payment provider, mailing logistics provider, mailing tracking provider, ad agency, and mailing information manager. Mail Owner: The mail owner is the business entity, organization, or individual who makes business decisions regarding the mailpiece content, directly benefits from the mailing, and ultimately pays for postage on the mailpiece directly or by way of a mailing agent. Step 2: Before you complete the section, go to parts A through M and S. Complete the part(s) that pertain to your mailing. All pieces must be reported on the appropriate line at the full published price (not including the Full-Service Intelligent Mail incentive). that comply with the Full-Service Intelligent Mail option requirements are additionally reported on the line provided.the following information will help you to determine which parts to complete: Parts A-C: Letters Part A: Automation Letters. Enter total in Part A box. Part B: Nonautomation Letters. Enter total in Part B box. Part C: Carrier Route Letters. Enter total in Part C box. Parts D-F: Flats Part D: Automation Flats. Enter total in Part D box. Part E: Nonautomation Flats. Enter total in Part E box. Part F: Carrier Route Flats. Enter total in Part F box. Part G-H: Marketing Parcels (Reserved) Part G: Marketing Parcels. Enter total in Part G box. Part H: Carrier Route Marketing Parcels. Enter total in Part H box. Parts I-J: Parcels Part I: Machinable Parcels. Enter total in Part I box. Part J: Irregular Parcels. Enter total in Part J box. Part L: Customized MarketMail (CMM) - Enter total in Part L box. Part M: Repositionable Notes (RPN) - Enter total in Part M box. Part S: Extra Services - Report any combined Extra Services on the lines provided for them, e.g., Insured mail that is also Restricted Delivery would be reported on line S31 - Insurance Restricted Delivery. Enter total in Part S box. Step 3: Add the postage in parts A through S. For Permit Imprint mailings round off to four decimal places. For round off to three decimal places. Step 4: Return to the section on page 1. Check the boxes that correspond to the form parts used. Add the postage amounts for all parts and enter on Line 1, rounded off to two decimal places. Step 5: Complete Line 2 for mailings. Check the box for the at Which (Correct, Lowest, or Neither). Multiply the number of pieces by the postage affixed. Put the total in the block. Step 6: Lines 3 and 4 are for postage adjustments that apply to the entire mailing. Report any Incentive/ on Line 3 and any on Line 4. PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Instructions)

17 - Instructions Step 7: Calculate Line 5 Net Due by subtracting any and Incentive/ (Lines 2 and 3) from the (Line 1) and adding any (Line 4). For permit imprint mailings, the Net Due is the amount that will be withdrawn from the permit imprint account listed in the Permit # box in the Mailing section. For postage affixed mailings, the Net due is the amount that must be tendered in addition to that already affixed to the mail, and it may be tendered by any of the applicable methods including withdrawal from an advance deposit account that can be listed by Permit # on Line 5. Step 8: Read and sign the Certification section, including your telephone number. Attach all completed parts and submit with the mailing. Further Information About Column Mailings that qualify for Full Service Intelligent Mail Option will report the discount in the column of each line of the postage statement. The Full Service Intelligent Mail Option lines are for display and data gathering purposes only. When there is a Full Service discount but no other incentive discount, the Full Service discount is reported directly in the column. When there is both a Full Service discount and an incentive discount, the must include both discounts so it must be calculated in an offline calculation with the resulting value reported in the column. The calculation is performed as follows: The (SP) amount is not affected and is calculated in the usual way. The (DT) is calculated by, first, determining the Full Service discount (FSD) by multiplying the number of Full Service pieces by the per-piece Full Service discount. Then you must calculate the Incentive (ID) by subtracting the Full Service discount (FSD) from the (SP) and multiplying the result by the Incentive percentage (ID%) expressed in decimal form, such as.02. Then add the Full Service discount (FSD) and the Incentive (ID) to get the (DT). This calculation can be expressed as an equation as follows: DT = FSD + ID or DT = FSD + ((SP FSD) x ID%) Information: For more information on mailing standards, prices, and fees please go to Postal Explorer at pe.usps.com. PS Form 3602-N, April 2016 (Instructions)

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