What does certified mail mean?

Answer Certified Mail is a service of the U.S. Postal Service that offers enhanced tracking and security options not available with other mail types. This option is available at all post office branches ... Read More »

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What is certified mail?

Certified mail is a service provided by the U.S. Postal Service with some types of mail classes. Since it is an additional option, you pay a fee for certified mail in addition to regular shipping.F... Read More »

Can you send certified mail to a PO box?

Certified mail can be sent to a post office box. Instead of the actual certified mail, a delivery notification card is placed in the recipient's box. That same card must be presented to the mail cl... Read More »

Can i sign for certified mail at my p.o. box?

Certified mail can be sent to a P.O. Box at the post office. The recipient receives a form instructing her to pick up the certified piece of mail from the post office attendant. She has to sign f... Read More »

Can you send certified mail to the IRS?

Yes, you can send certified mail to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) if you use the correct IRS certified-mail address for your area. You can find the address at the IRS website.Source:IRS: Gener... Read More »