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  • Simple Facts About Certified Mail

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  • Simple Facts about Certified Mail

    Do not be confused by services offering to save money by using Electronic Return Receipt with Certified Mail rather than USPS Domestic Return Receipt (PS3811) “Green Card”, or the USPS Return Receipt (Electronic). The Electronic Return Receipt provides only the time, date, city and state of delivery, and does not provide the signature of the person accepting the item. If you are using Certified Mail to comply with State General Statues or Federal Codes, the rules are very specific concerning the type of Certified Mail that must be used. If it specifies Certified Mail with Return Receipt, it must be mailed as specified. If the item is sent Certified rather than Certified with Return Receipt it can be held by the courts as failure to comply with the law, and may be deemed as Service not Completed. A Return Receipt with signature purchased after mailing or delivery may also not be admissible in court.

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    Don't need Return Receipt (Electronic)?

    If you send USPS Certified Mail® without Return Receipt (Electronic), our total transaction-and-postage cost for a one-ounce envelope is $4.92. To determine the cost of mail pieces exceeding one ounce, simply subtract $.46 from the $4.92 price, and then add the appropriate postage. For example, add $.66 for a 2-ounce letter, $0.92 for a one ounce flat, or $5.25 for Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes.