Certificate of mailing is proof that justify you have sent a package or letter. A Certificate of mailing is a receipt that provides evidence of the date that your mail was presented to the postal Service team for mailing. It can only be present at the time of purchasing. In other word a certificate of mailing provides the customer with a stamped and dated receipt that an item was mailed from the customer to the address. It is not a legal proof. It can be used Domestically or Internationally. Certificate of mailing can’t be used in case of return receipt and you have to go to the retail post office to purchase and validate certificate. In USA the customer can retrieve the delivery status at usps.com, through 1-800 telephone no. No insurance coverage is provided with the service. USPS also maintain a record of delivery for a short interval of time
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Certificate of Mailing Cost
In US, the USPS defines a Certificate of Mailing Cost is a Special Service that provides evidence that mail was presented to USPS for mailing. Certificate of Mailing service does not provide a record of delivery.
The form must be presented to a USPS employee for examination at the time the letter is placed in the mail. The USPS employee examines the form, assures that proper fees are paid (at this writing, $1.40 for one letter, $8.25 for six to 1000 letters; and $1.03 per each additional 1000 letters).
Certificate of Mailing Template
Certificate of mailing has different format in different places. Template consists of different types of design, characteristic, and format. Depending upon the requirement of the government in different places there are different types of forms are published.
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What is Certificate of Mailing
Common uses of Certificates of Mailing include documentation that an article was mailed on a timely basis. Bulk advertising mailers, for instance, might request a Certificate of Mailing as evidence to their client that the requested number of advertisements were mailed on the requested mailing date; or a company submitting a competitive bid for a contract might obtain a Certificate of Mailing to establish the date that a bid was mailed in case the postmark might be illegible. In both of these hypothetical situations, the addressee must have the envelope and the sender must have the corresponding Certificate of Mailing.