If you have a government-issued individually billed travel card and you haven’t used it in two years or more, the Postal Service will lower the card’s credit limit to $1, effective July 14.
If you plan to use the card for travel, you may request a credit increase by:
- Following the existing procedures for requesting authorization to travel.
- Sending an email to the local travel card coordinator, along with the documentation approving the travel.
The travel card coordinator will increase the credit limit to the approved amount.
Travel cards will be monitored every 12 months for inactivity. In May, the Postal Service also changed travel card guidelines for cash advances.