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Our Central Mail Services department has leased a Pitney Bowes Mail & Go Postal Kiosk.  This self-service kiosk is for postage and shipping that allows people to pay for their transactions using a credit or debit card through a card reader.  The credit/debit card transactions are processed with a Pitney Bowes merchant id, but we provide network connectivity to the kiosk. 

 

I cannot find any documentation that states that the Pitney Bowes Mail & Go Postal Kiosk is PCI compliant and I have not been able to confirm with the Pitney Bowes personnel that I have spoken with that the kiosk is PCI compliant.  If your institution has evaluated a Mail & Go kiosk or has one in place, did your institution perform a PCI audit?  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

 

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Elizabeth Shannon
Kansas State University
Information Security and Compliance
785.532.2540

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