Return Mail

Automate returned mail processing for greater profitability

Undeliverable mail is a huge and costly problem. Each year more than 206 billion pieces of mail are processed for delivery. On average, companies experience an undeliverable rate of 3-5%. The rate for the collections industry may go as high as 20%. That's where LexisNexis® Return Mail solution can help most.

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LexisNexis® Return Mail

Benefits

Undeliverable mail can negatively impact many aspects of your business. With our automated Return Mail solution, you can reduce overhead due to manual handling of returned mail for payroll, mailing, printing and collections. Each piece of outgoing mail is encoded with its own unique bar code that can be scanned and identified on return. Did You Know? Undeliverable mail costs USPS $2 billion/yr.

Get it now: For more information about LexisNexis® Return Mail, call 800.869.0751.

Features

With LexisNexis® Return Mail solution you can:

  • Completely automate the handling of returned mail
  • Receive notification of each customer who was returned as UAA
  • Promptly update customer address files

 Get it now: For more information about LexisNexis® Return Mail, call 800.869.0751.

Return Mail does not constitute a "consumer report" as that term is defined in the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 USC 1681 et seq. (FCRA). Accordingly, Return Mail may not be used in whole or in part as a factor in determining eligibility for credit, insurance, employment or another permissible purpose under the FCRA. Due to the nature of the origin of public record information, the public records and commercially available data sources used in reports may contain errors. Source data is sometimes reported or entered inaccurately, processed poorly or incorrectly, and is generally not free from defect. This product or service aggregates and reports data, as provided by the public records and commercially available data sources, and is not the source of the data, nor is it a comprehensive compilation of the data. Before relying on any data, it should be independently verified.