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How to Use USPS PostalEASE Services? Original post: Thu 4/16/2020 at 1:25 AM

PostalEASE LiteBlue is a telephone enrollment system for enhancing USPS payments for the employees securely and conveniently. It is a one-stop platform that enables you as USPS employees to make direct deposits (net banking) or access allotment liquidated services. You can access this facility either through a telephone or LiteBlue portal. The USPS PostalEASE makes it easy for over 600 thousand employees to process their transactions. As a USPS employee, Postal EASE allows you to perform your postal transactions under one roof.

Things to Consider Before Calling PostalEASE:
As you learned above, PostalEASE services are confidential and secure. Only authorized persons can access them. Therefore, for you to access the USPS LiteBlue PostalEASE services, you require some credentials. The credentials needed depends on the approach you’re using. Basically, you will need the following 3 credentials:

  • Social Security Number (SSN).
  • PIN (Personal Identification Number).
  • USPS employee ID Number.
  • Remember, SSN number is crucial when you opt for telephone services while you will need the USPS employee ID number to login to USPS LiteBlue portal. In case you lost your PIN, you can contact PostalEASE and request a new one. USPS will mail a new PIN in less than ten days.
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