There are a few ways to send USPS Certified Mail.
- The traditional way: Head to the nearest post office, and select Certified Mail as an option for your letter or package. This will give you the ability to get a tracking number
- The "2000's" Way: You can buy certified mail labels from sites like certifiedmaillabels.com (you would have to have your own printer, and attach the label to your letter, and then find a post office or a mailbox to drop off your envelope.
- The Easiest Way: You can use Mailform, and send Certified Mail right from your computer (from the comfort of your home or office)
Certified Mail is useful because you get a tracking number which enables you to know when your mail enters the USPS system as well as when it is delivered to the recipient. This can be useful for legal or formal noticies which require an official timestamp for either postage and/or arrival. Mailform has always had Certified Mail feature, and now it is even easier to use:
If you’re sending a single item, just select the “Certified Mail” option 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 number! Thanks for checking out Mailform - you can try our USPS Certified Mail option here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any additional data