Pakistan Post Office COD (Cash on Delivery) Service: Charges and Registration

The trend of online shopping is increasing in Pakistan. With the increasing number of demand for online shopping and trading, the numbers of fraudulent are also growing. Now the buyers in Pakistan like to go for shopping with those online retailers offering cash on delivery (COD) service.

For the assistance of the online retailers, Pakistan Post Office has launched its COD service to allow the retailers send the goods to the customers and get cash on behalf of the PPO. UMS Cash on Delivery by PPO is a product catering to the needs of all aspirational E-Retailers who want the fast flow of goods to their customers. From simple shipment preparation to seamless last mile deliveries, UMS Cash on Delivery offers a complete range of services including updated shipment tracking, timely email and SMS alerts, easy transfer of funds and convenient return solutions to bolster and support your online business.

According to PPO, “launching of Cash on Delivery Service is a step to take customers convenience and satisfaction to the next level to enable individual as well as the corporate client to send cash on delivery across the country.”

PPO COD Cash on Delivery Service Rates

PPO Cash on Delivery Service Registration Process

The online registration facility will be available soon on the official website of Pakistan Post Office.

PPO Cash on Delivery Service Rules and Regulations

  1. Packets, parcels and printed papers prepaid with postage of UMS fee may be transmitted by the inland post as COD articles, provided that the amount specified for remittance to the sender in the case of any such articles does not exceed Rs. 100,000/- (Rupees One Hundred Thousand Only).
  2. The UMS-COD articles up to the value of Rs. 50,000/- will be the maximum limit for collection and payment of UMO at the doorstep of the addressee.
  3. The UMS-COD articles are exceeding the value of Rs. 50,000/- up to Rs. 100,000/- will be delivered at the window of the designated Post Offices in the manner prescribed by Ordinary Money Orders.
  4. The limit for payment of UMO other than UMS-COD will remain unchanged.
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