Birmingham PCC

Privacy Policy

The information you supply will be used to provide you with online registration capability for Internet-based services and to provide those services. Please be aware that this service is voluntary, but that requested information is required to provide the service.

We do not disclose your information without your consent to third parties, except to facilitate the request, to act on your behalf or request, or as legally required. This includes the following limited circumstances:

  • to financial entities regarding financial transaction issues;
  • to a USPS or authorized PCC board member auditor;
  • to contractors and other entities aiding us to fulfill the service (service providers);
  • and to entities, including law enforcement, as authorized by law or in legal proceedings.


For more information on our privacy policies see our privacy see the USPS Privacy Policy.


About the Postal Customer Council

The Postal Customer Council (PCC) was established in 1961 to improve communications between U.S. Postal Service customers and managers. The organization has grown increasingly more important since the 1970s, when business mailing issues became its primary focus.

Today, there are more than 200 local Postal Customer Councils with approximately 120,000 members across the nation. Regular meetings, educational programs, mailer clinics, and seminars keep members abreast of the latest Postal Service developments. Members also work closely with local Post Office locations to make mail service more efficient, resulting in improved delivery and greater customer satisfaction.


About the Birmingham Postal Customer Council

The Mission of the San Francisco Postal Customer Council is to:

  • promote local cooperation, support and to foster a close working relationship between the U.S. Postal Service and all businesses that use the mail.
  • communicate and interact with their customers in an ongoing manner.
  • educate Business Mailers on the value and viability of mail as well as being an important component of their multi channel approach.
  • share information and facilitate the exchange of ideas about new and existing United States Postal Service products, programs, services, and procedures that affect all businesses mailers.
  • help PCC industry members and their organizations grow and develop professionally through focused educational programs, and become a high performing and an engaging Postal PCC in the mailing industry.