Certified Mail® Education

Certified Mail software saves towing operators time and money.

If you work in the towing business, you know that state statutes require Certified Mail® to notify vehicle owners, insurance companies, lien holders and the DMV before charging for vehicle storage and auctioning unclaimed vehicles. Preparing and managing Certified Mail® the old-fashioned way is labor intensive and slow, requiring trips to the Post Office and…

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Sending Certified Mail® online

Certified Mail® is unlikely to ever transition into an online service, what with the need for USPS confirmations of Acceptance, Delivery and Signatures. However web-based software makes it far easier to prepare Certified Mail® while enabling mailers to receive the USPS Proof of Acceptance without visiting the Post Office, receive the USPS Return Receipt (Electronic)…

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How To Send Certified Mail

How To Send Certified Mail

While occasional users of Certified Mail® find it acceptable to send Certified Mail from their local Post Office, frequent users save a lot of time and money by sending Certified Mail® from their home or office using web-based Certified Mail software and USPS® innovations such as digital postage and the Return Receipt (Electronic)®. We created a guide highlighting the differences.

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How long does the USPS take to deliver Certified Mail®?

Delivery time depends on whether you chose to send the Certified Mail® letter via First-Class Mail or Priority Mail®. When sending via First-Class, it usually takes two to five business days. Sending via Priority Mail shortens the mailing time to two to three days. But delivery is only half the process. Key to Certified Mail®…

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