Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

January 18th, 2024


The U.S. Post Office is a government agency responsible for providing mail and package delivery services within the United States. It was established on July 26, 1775, making it one of the oldest organizations in the country. The U.S. Post Office offers a wide range of retail products, including stamps, shipping supplies, money orders, and postal insurance.
  • MPLS: The name or abbreviation of the location where the transaction took place.
  • USPS: The United States Postal Service, indicating that the transaction is related to postal services.
  • PDC: Stands for Payment Data Collection, indicating that this is a payment-related transaction.
  • MN: Abbreviation for the state of Minnesota, indicating the location of the transaction.
  • DES: Describes the type of payment or service, possibly short for "Department of Employment and Economic Development."
  • FED SALARY: Specifies that the transaction is related to a federal salary payment.
  • ID:XXXXXXXXXX73864: The identification number associated with the transaction.
  • INDN: CO
  • ID:XXXXX36122: The identification number associated with the individual or company involved in the transaction.
  • PPD: Stands for Prearranged Payment and Deposit, indicating the method of payment used for the transaction.
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