Specialized postal service technique utilized to track delivery and obtain proof of delivery of letters or packages.
service for a fee that provides a mailing receipt and maintenance by the USPS of a delivery record. Certified Mail requires the signature of the recipient.
A service of most postal administrations that provides proof of mailing and delivery without indemnity for loss or damage.
Provides the sender with a mailing receipt and a delivery record at the post office of address. No record is kept at the office from which certified mail is mailed. This service is despatched and handled in transit as ordinary mail. No insurance is provided.
Mail for which the sender is given a receipt certifying that the item has been mailed. A "Return Receipt" can also be requested as proof of safe delivery.
A service that provides the sender with a mailing receipt. A delivery record is maintained by the USPS. This type of mail must be sent at First-Class Mail or Priority Mail rates. Certified mail may be combined with return receipt service and restricted delivery service.
A USPS form that provides a mailing receipt. A record of delivery is maintained at the recipients post office.
Mail which requires the receiving party to sign as proof that they received it.
recorded delivery, registered post
Certified Mail is a class of mail available from postal systems, and most of the UPU member nations have it. In America, the United States Postal Service offers this servicehttp://pe.usps.com/text/dmm300/503.htm#wp1063590. Essentially, it provides a receipt for mailing as well as a record of delivery kept at the delivering post office.