Learn More - Click Here!

Thread Options
#2260638 - 10/04/21 02:52 PM USPS Delay
dmk124 Offline
Member
Joined: Jun 2021
Posts: 56
Is anyone else "concerned" about changes that may result of the USPS' announcement of mail delay ( such as TRID disclosures)?

Return to Top
Chat! - BOL Watercooler
#2260639 - 10/04/21 02:59 PM Re: USPS Delay dmk124
rlcarey Offline
10K Club
rlcarey
Joined: Jul 2001
Posts: 77,275
Galveston, TX
Nope - the required timing is in the regulations regardless of when mailed disclosures are actually delivered by the USPS.
_________________________
The opinions expressed here should not be construed to be those of my employer: PPDocs.com

Return to Top
#2260641 - 10/04/21 03:07 PM Re: USPS Delay rlcarey
Tater Offline
Platinum Poster
Joined: Jan 2006
Posts: 617
Missouri
Originally Posted by rlcarey
Nope - the required timing is in the regulations regardless of when mailed disclosures are actually delivered by the USPS.

Thank goodness. That being said, it wouldn't shock me to see a revision coming once the full impact of the announced delay (and all of the UNannounced delays) are realized.
_________________________
Born once? Die twice.
Born twice? DIE ONCE!

Loan Review, HMDA, ALLL

Opinions are my own and do not reflect any others

Return to Top
#2260658 - 10/04/21 06:32 PM Re: USPS Delay dmk124
HappyGilmore Offline
10K Club
Joined: Jun 2004
Posts: 19,312
Pulling people out of the ditc...
Per the USPS, only 39% of the mail is going to be delayed, the other 61% will be just fine. using US Gubmint logic, simply put all your TRID mailings in the 61% that is not delayed, and put your statements and non-critical mailings in the 39% that will be delayed.

You're welcome smile
_________________________
Providing alternative truths since the invention of time

Return to Top