You may have received the news in regards to the U.S upcoming Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking (PACT) Act and vape mail restrictions, especially in regards to USPS, FedEx, and UPS. We want to offer some clarity on how this may affect the vape shipments moving forward.

These carriers are expected to stop shipping vape products starting the following dates:
-FedEx, March 1
-UPS, April 5
-U.S. Postal Service (USPS), April 26 or earlier*


1. Everzon accepts Paypal offline (Please contact Everzon Team for details).

2. Everzon accepts credit card until 25th. March 2021. After 25th., we will stop the credit card channel for US customers. We are trying our best to seek close cooperation with more payment companies to solve the payment and will notify our customers once it is ready.

3.In the meantime, we highly recommend customers to stock up on vaping gears to ensure adequate inventory reserve while shipping operations are still normal.


Please free to contact us if you met any problems.



What is the PACT Act?

Most recently, at the U.S. federal level, the “Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021” was signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020 — part of the COVID-19 stimulus relief legislation. As part of this law, PACT Act was amended to now include electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) as part of the law, in addition to cigarettes, smokeless and roll-your-own tobacco.

Starting March 27, 2021 the PACT will require online retailers to collect state and local excise taxes on vaping products and require Adult Signature on all deliveries nationwide. Other compliance requirements includes labeling and packaging, record-keeping, and State and Federal registration and reporting.