How much does it cost to send a letter certified by mail?

How much does it cost to send a letter certified by mail?

Certified Mail costs $3.35. That fee is in addition to the First Class Mail or Priority Mail delivery fee to send the mailpiece. Additional services for Certified Mail include Return Receipt. The cost of Return Receipt is $2.75 for a mailed receipt or $1.45 for an Electronic Receipt that is emailed to you.

Can you send Priority mail certified?

Certified Mail This option is available for both First Class and Priority Mail for a small charge. This service requires recipients to sign for their mail. Then you get a mailing receipt that proves they got it, which is helpful and sometimes even required for important documents.

Is Priority mail the same as certified mail?

Certified Mail is best suited for sending important documents for which you want proof of delivery. Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation service is ideal for sending packages quickly and offers tracking service for a small fee.

How to choose the best certified mail service?

Look at the price for sending Certified Mail. Decide if the price is worth what you will pay for the service. Make sure that the service offers next-day USPS tracking for your letter. Check to see that the service provides proof of mailing and USPS proof of delivery.

How does USPS certified mail special service work?

The Certified Mail Special Service described above plus additional evidence of the delivery of the letter. USPS enables the delivery of the item only to the addressee or addressee’s authorized agent. The addressee must be an individual (or natural person) specified by name.

What does USPS certified mail confirmation look like?

Customers receive ‘Electronic Delivery Confirmation’ that is a printed report that displays the postage transaction, date of mailing, Certified Mail receipt, USPS mail piece acceptance, in-route tracking and the final delivery date and time or delivery attempts.

How are certified mail stamps delivered to recipients?

delivered, the mail carrier requires a signature from the recipient. That signature is stored in the USPS database for a period of 2 years. Customers can also add a Return Receipt service (electronic or physical) to their Certified Mail mailpiece that will deliver a copy of the recipient’s signature to the sender. The Electronic Return Receipt