Certified Mail is useful if you ever need a record of an item that was sent, and when it was received. It vastly improves your record keeping, and the tracking link is ultimately quite useful. Mailform always had Certified Mail as a feature since launch, but it’s been a bit buried. Lots of folks have questions about how much Certified Mail costs, so here are some references.
- [ ] When visiting the Post Office, you can add the cost of Certified Mail to a letter/envelope/parcel for about $3.30 (reference here)
- [ ] While at home, at your computer or on your phone, Mailform allows you send Certified Mail for $8.99. Try it here.
Here’s how to use it.
If you’re sending a single item via our Single Recipient feature, just follow the prompts and select the “Certified Mail” switch to “ON” when you’re at the order confirmation page:
If you’re sending bulk mail (or via QuickBooks) you can select the “Certified Mail” radio buttons on an item by item basis (you don’t have to send your entire bulk mail order via Certified Mail.
When it’s all done, we’ll send you a tracking link!
Thanks for checking out Mailform - you can try Certified Mail here. Email us at email@example.com with any questions, comments or concerns - we’d love to hear from you.
Updated January 2017.