Free Guide: How to Send Certified Mail
Do you need to send something important, and need a way to know when it safely arrives at its destination? Using USPS Certified Mail provides both proof of mailing and proof of receipt to help ensure your important mailpieces, including confidential documents, arrive at their intended destinations. Certified Mail comes in handy when you need to send communications containing sensitive information, and is often used for correspondence from law offices, accountants, debtors, creditors, and medical professionals.
If you want to learn the ins and outs of using this special USPS service, check out Stamps.com’s new downloadable eBook, “How to Send Certified Mail.” This comprehensive guide will help you understand how to securely send important items using USPS.
This guide answers the following questions:
- What is Certified Mail?
- How much does Certified Mail cost?
- How long does it take to deliver Certified Mail?
- What is a Return Receipt and how do I use it?
- How do I track Certified Mail delivery?
- How do I use Certified Mail with Stamps.com?
- Plus much more