Need evidence of mailing? - Certified mail gives the sender evidence of mailing with a dated mailing receipt.
It provides a confirmation number to confirm the date and time of delivery or attempted
delivery. Delivery is recorded by the U.S. Postal Service. You can confirm delivery
at www.usps.com. No insurance coverage is provided with this service. This service can be applied
to First-Class and Priority Mail. For an additional fee, Certified Mail may be combined
with a Return Receipt, providing the sender with evidence of delivery with a signature.
International and Express Mail cannot be certified.
Need evidence of delivery - A return receipt can be added to Certified Mail to provide the mailer with evidence
of delivery. The Return Receipt card must be completed by the mailer and attached
to the article at the time of mailing.
Need to know when your mail arrived? - Delivery confirmation provides a confirmation number to confirm the date, time
and zip code of delivery or attempted delivery. Confirm delivery at www.usps.com.
Need to know who accepted your mail? - All the benefits of Delivery Confirmation plus a signature. Signature confirmation
provides a confirmation number to confirm the date, time and location of delivery
or attempted delivery. A signature will be required from the person who accepts your
package. You can request to have a letter faxed or mailed to you with a copy of the
recipient's signature. Confirm delivery at www.usps.com.
We are unable to insure personal letters and packages.
Need to insure your mail? - Insurance coverage is available for First Class, Priority, Library, and Standard
Mail. It provides indemnity coverage for lost, rifled, or damaged articles. The U.S.
Postal Service will reimburse the sender for only the actual value, less depreciation
of the lost or damaged article. Poorly packaged items are not eligible for reimbursement.
Return receipt service is also available for Insured Mail.
Need to restrict delivery of your mail? - Restricted delivery permits the mailer to direct delivery only to the addressee
or the authorized agent of the addressee. The addressee must be a specified individual.
Restricted delivery items cannot be mailed to a business. This service is available
on items sent Certified Mail.