• A. With certified mail, you'll have proof that you sent it. You'll also see when it was delivered or that a delivery attempt was made.
  • B. Certified Mail provides proof of mailing and a record of delivery. Any First-Class Mail or Priority Mail piece can be sent Certified Mail and is only available for addresses within the Unites States.
  • C. Although anyone can use Certified Mail, many companies use it to enable proof of mailing, secure delivery, as well as archival proof of delivery.
  • D. When the recipient has to physically sign for Certified Mail, it creates a sense of urgency to open and read the documents. Certified Mail also makes the documents more official and less likely to thrown away.
  • Tracking keeps the sender informed of the mail piece delivery route. The USPS records the acceptance date and time the mail piece was sent and is scanned in-route to record when it enters and leaves each sorting facility.
To send certified mail online, you must use a third-party site. Some require contracts or minimums, but DocuSend does not. It provides an easy and cost-effective solution. Upload the PDF documents, click the “Review Individual Documents” button, then just select Certified in the Special Handling drop down menu and click Save Changes.
Sending your invoice certified adds $ per envelope to the cost of using DocuSend. To send certified mail with DocuSend: When you upload the PDF documents, click the “Review Individual Documents” button, then just select Certified in the Special Handling drop down menu and click Save Changes.
Yes, as with any USPS product, delivery can be refused. Attempted delivery will be recorded.
Sending your invoice certified adds $ per envelope to the cost. Select Certified in the Special Handling menu in the DocuSend shopping cart. Pricing
No, you do not have to go to the post office to send certified mail. You can send online using a third-party site, and DocuSend is one such site with no contracts or minimums. It's simple to use, cost effective and secure.