Canada Post will be discontinuing epost services by December 2022, however you can still use the service until that time.
Mailers you’ve subscribed to will let you know how to receive their documents going forward once epost ends in December 2022.
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You can continue to access all Canada Post online services with your existing user name and password.There is no change to how you access Canada Post online.
No. While the epost service will continue to operate until December 2022, some mailers will exit earlier and will tell you how to continue to receive their documents.
No action is required. You do not need to close your epost account or subscriptions. If you wish to save bills or statements after December 2022, you will need to print or save them.
Your epost account and subscriptions will be closed in December 2022. You will no longer have access to the bills and statements in your epost Inbox.
Some banks and credit unions will withdraw from the epost service before December 2022.Your financial institution will inform you of their departure schedule.
Yes.You can continue to use Connect for person to person secure file transfers and collaboration.
Since epost launched in 2000, the way businesses connect and communicate with their customers has evolved significantly, and other companies are now better suited to meet Canadians’ changing needs.
Each epost mailer will provide instructions on how to receive your important documents going forward.
Banks will be withdrawing from epost services during this period as well. These financial institutions will inform epost customers of their departure schedules.
Thank you for being an epost customer and for your understanding as we make this necessary change for our business.
Find the epost support number here.