Where do I enter USPS validation code?

Each letter displays an alphanumeric (letters and numbers) code in the middle of the letter. Be sure to use the validation code from the letter received at the address where you will be residing to restore your Informed Delivery® access, if the feature is available at that address.

Where do I enter Informed Delivery invitation code?

Step 1: Enter Your Invitation Code Your Invitation Code can be found on the letter you received in the mail. We could not process your request. Visit the Informed Delivery website to sign up now without an Invitation Code or click here to request a new code in the mail.

How do I restore mail delivery?

Visit the USPS Hold Mail website at Note that if you go to, the site will redirect you to the .com address. Select “Cancel your request.” Enter your confirmation number in the provided text box. Click “Yes” to confirm your decision.

Why is my USPS online account disabled?

One of the most common reasons a USPS account disabled situation bubbles up is because there were too many incorrect login attempts for your account credentials. Like every other online services out there, the USPS takes your account security and safety very seriously.

What is USPS confirmation code?

The confirmation number is the 16-digit code printed on the confirmation letter sent to your new address. If you submitted your USPS address change order online, the code is in the confirmation email that you received.

How do I verify my USPS identity online?

Sign in to your personal® account. Select “Informed Delivery”, located in the Account Management section. If you have already failed to verify your identity online in the last 72 hours, you will see “Verify Your Identity” in red font.

How do I use USPS Informed Delivery?

Sign in to your personal® account. Select “Informed Delivery” in the top right of the page. Select “Enroll.” Select “Informed Delivery”, located in the Account Management section. If you have already failed to verify your identity online in the last 72 hours, you will see “Verify Your Identity” in red font.

Did not receive mail Informed Delivery?

If the piece is not received, we recommend that you contact the sender to request re-delivery of the mailpiece if warranted. Persistent delivery issues should be reported to your local Post Office.

How do I contact USPS about missing mail?

My mail has been lost or delayed. If you have a tracking number, use the USPS Tracking System. You can also file a claim for the lost/delayed mail. Or call the U.S. Postal Service Domestic & International Tracking department at (800) 222-1811.

How do you unlock a disabled USPS account?

If your account is temporarily disabled, you can wait until the end of that time period and attempt logging in to your account again. If your account has been disabled, contact the USPS Help Desk to reset your password and enable your account.

How long is USPS account disabled?

USPS online accounts automatically unlock after 24 hours. If you remember the existing password to your account, it can be accessed like normal once it is unlocked.

Why is my UPS account disabled?

For security reasons you’re locked out if you enter the wrong User ID and password combination 3 times within a 10 minute period. UPS representatives can’t unlock the User ID. Please wait at least 30 minutes before trying to log in again, this includes if your password was just reset.

How do you confirm an address?

There are two easy ways to verify address data in your contact lists. The first is to use a USPS® address verification tool. These tools can verify both US-based addresses as well as international addresses in batches. The second method is to use an address validation API.

Why was I charged $40 to change my address?

The Postal Service charges $1.05 to verify identification of customers who change an address online. Websites with domain names that appear to be associated with the Postal Service, but are not, charge customers up to $40 to change an address and, in some cases, the change never gets made.

How do I stop USPS mail forwarding without a confirmation code?

To cancel mail forwarding without the confirmation code, visit your local post office and inform the clerk that you wish to cancel mail forwarding but no longer have the confirmation code for the order.