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Patricia on June 17, 2016

It's Canada Post

Peter Jancewicz on June 27, 2016

Canada Post

Catherine Pitre on July 09, 2016

This is a code for when you pay canada post for, say, mail forwarding service. Perhaps you paid online. Anyways, it is legit.

Imogene elliot on July 13, 2016

What is the charge.? I have no knowledge of it.

Canada Post on September 03, 2016

Mail forwarding charge on credit card.

Igor on October 22, 2016

Custom duties on online purchases shipped from abroad, charged by Canada Post on behalf of Canada Border Services Agency

hec on November 03, 2016

It is legit is Canada post mail forwarding

Pierre Becotte on November 29, 2016

15 Nov 2016 has been charg to my credit card $45,09

Sarjeet Singh on April 19, 2017

what are these charges ($13.99), you charged on Mar 22, 2017

CPC SCP 000320743569 Ottawa May 4 on May 26, 2017

was not in Ottawa ..

Diana on August 31, 2017

for me it was paying duties on a package that the mailman gave to me while delievering it at home. I am not from Ottawa but Montreal.

Cpc ecommerce ottawa on September 18, 2017

No record not this transaction

Jaswinder singh on December 16, 2017

I got charge of 119 $

Nancy on March 28, 2018

It is mail forwarding fee not duty when you pay duty/tax they have to give you a bill that you sign so if you return the item you can file to get that duty/tax money back

CPC SCP/HE001976888US OTTAWA ON on June 06, 2018

What is tischarge for?

Chris B on July 30, 2018

It's probably a charge for Canadian duty paid on an oversea purchase delivery by Canada Post. I just had the same thing, on a delivery from Ireland.

Ontario resident on August 22, 2018

It was charged by Canada Post for delivering a package. In my case, it was a legitimate charge.

Stove Pipe on November 16, 2018

I agree: it seems to be canada post. Why in hell they don't ID themselves irrefutably, I don't know. :-(

Roger on March 16, 2019

CPC SCP/CX???????? This is on my charge card and matches Canada Post and Canada Customs charge for some educational material I brought in from the U.S. (So, GST on educational material, which shouldn't have happened, and $10 for the privilege of allowing them to bill me. I guess they think they are lawyers, too!)

Border tax on April 12, 2019

It's duty tax ...I had to pay it when my pkg arrived to my Ontario address, because it came from the USA, and I owed tax after it crossed the border.

Jay on May 06, 2019

I was charged 50 one day and about 2 bucks 5 days later. Both Canada Post. I never gave them my Visa #. I have never used my Visa # with them. I phoned them to see if they could give me info on the charges and they said No. They said they needed a receipt with a number on it which I don't have because I didn't use them. So I blocked my visa number and have initiated a fraud complaint. Visa number now cancelled.I did NOT buy stamps from them. I did NOT get my mail redirected. I NEVER gave them my visa number. As for others here that have paid duty.... I have always paid duty when I go to pick up the package at the post office. If you ordered something from a company overseas, they should not be giving your number to Canada Post for anything.

Ran_B...! on May 17, 2019

HOLY $h... I was scratching my already bald (from taxes and now carbon tax added to our bent over backs, doubling over with taxes!!) when I cam upon this thread! WHEW! I had completely forgotten that though I was home all day on the date of posting of the charge that my friendly postman friend made me pay before he handed over the parcel! Canada Post customs charges, which is yet another tale of woes worth another thread and possibly forum! A ten or fifteen dollars custom duty which with HST and nearly 10 dollars (processing charges) turned into 30 dollars and change, payable immediately! We must be living in one of those nordic nations where they get fully paid medical and dental care, and even VACATION with pay and much heftier child-support whether the citizens are treated equal and whether one is dirt-poor or stinkingly-rich, all get full benefits! Had the language been not so difficult to learn and food not quite as yummy as in Canada, I might be wondering if another move even further north might not be profitable? As far as weather and climate -- we canuks are not exactly living in warm tropical paradise and though it is 2nd half of MAY, the tulips are still shivering and not in full bloom, eh... Last night I left by mistake a bottle of milk outside! This morning I found a bottle of ice-creme but it was not sweet at all!

Cheryl S on August 27, 2019

I paid for a mail-out for advertising with Canada Post . I also thought initially I had been fraudulently charged as its somewhat obscure who it,is when it appears on one's statement a few weeks later.

Purnoor on November 26, 2019

Why am I charged for 2 times. I know that I ordered a few stuff from canada post, but why is it charging me for twi times?

dental office on January 16, 2020

its from canada post and I bought stamps from them ,

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