Postcard – What does it do?

With your POSTCARDS , you can pay for exactly the products and services you need every day to make handling your business mail even easier and more efficient-without cash. This includes stamps, Dialogpost and Postwurf items, as well as parcel and express items and much more...

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Where can Postcards be used?

The POSTCARD  can be used for cashless payment in all participating retail outlets, bulk mail acceptance points and offices, the HIN+WEG service, with your mail or parcel carrier, at City Vertrieb and in the Shop der Deutschen Post, the Deutsche Post retail outlet on the Internet.

Postcards - customer cards or method of payment?

The POSTCARD is both a method of payment and a proof of identity. As a cashless method of payment, it reduces the cash holdings at your company. The POSTCARD is also equipped with a card limit to protect it against misuse. This card limit is the maximum amount that you, your employees or your service providers can spend per day to make cashless payments. You can reset this amount per day for the POSTCARD  and thus flexibly adapt the card to meet your needs. If a POSTCARD  is lost, or if an employee leaves the company, the POSTCARDS can be immediately blocked. POSTCARDS can also be provided with a PIN where this is required.

Postcards - make your expenditures transparent!

The amounts that you and your employees spend using POSTCARD are debited from your account that same day. If, for example, you would like to have different departments pay for your postal products from different accounts, simply fill out additional order forms. This gives you an overview of your current expenditures at all times.


Do you still have questions? We would be happy to answer them for you.

Deutsche Post AG
Kundenservice BRIEF- POSTCARD
53247 Bonn


Tel.: 0228 4333112
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