When the United States Postal Service (USPS) announced its Final Rule implementing the Preventing Online Sales of E-Cigarettes to Children Act on October 21, 2021, it was hailed as a major step forward (POSECCA).
Is the US Postal Service postponing the vaping ban?
The United States Postal Service has decided to postpone the prohibition on delivering vaping devices until further notice, claiming that they require additional time to make the modifications mandated by Congress. The restriction, which was slated to take effect on Monday, 04/26/21, would prohibit the sending of vapor goods to customers through the United States Postal Service.
When will FedEx stop shipping vape products?
- FedEx has already ceased sending, UPS will stop shipping on April 5th, and the United States Postal Service will stop shipping at any time.
- On top of that, the new PACT Act restrictions will go into effect on March 27th, which will have a significant influence on the selling of vape products.
- Despite the additional regulatory and logistical obstacles, Vapor Authority is strong in its commitment to provide excellent service to our loyal clients.
Is it legal to send vaping products through the mail?
- It is expected that the United States Postal Service will release a final regulation on Oct.
- 21 that would prohibit the distribution of vaping items through the mail in the United States.
- The new USPS regulation, which will go into effect immediately once it is published in the Federal Register, will have a significant impact on the sale and shipment of vaping devices and liquids over the internet.
When does the vape mail ban start in 2021?
Even though the United States Postal Service (USPS) is still accessible for the time being, they will no longer accept Vape Mail after March 30, 2021. Please make sure that your orders are placed no later than March 29th in order to ensure that they are delivered out before the Vape Mail Ban takes effect on March 30th. Thank you.