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Thomas on July 05, 2017

Its from Canadian Post for me

Enas on May 27, 2018

This charge is for duties that I had to pay to CANADA post employee upon delivering a parcel to me I hope this helps

DJV on July 17, 2018

This recently (07/2018) showed up on my RBC Visa and have no clue of its origin. Looking into it with RBC/VIsa

Goldensilverstien on June 25, 2020

It's from Canada post. I mailed something out and it's the basic charge when you buy a stamp at the desk.

Brenda Paul on November 25, 2021

Its Canada Post. I just seen one on my Bank account then I realized what it was I sent a package

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