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Registered mail to P.O. box2022-03-29T15:48:20+02:00

No registered mail in a P.O. box

Registered mail in a P.O. box? It is not possible, because there is no one present to sign for the reception. The postman can only leave a note in the mailbox, and then take the item and bring it to the post office or pick-up point.

As soon as you go to the P.O. box to pick up the mail, you will come across the note, which shows you when the registered mail is delivered and where you can go and pick it up. Sometimes that’s been a few days or even a week ago, depending on how often you drive to the P.O. box to empty it.

Many entrepreneurs are careful to have registered mail sent to their P.O. box, or decide to use their private address. Which means you have to share it with customers, suppliers and other relationships, while you might prefer to keep business and private separate.

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Registered mail: no problem and no additional charges at PriPost

At PriPost we understand that you would prefer to have your registered mail sent to the P.O. box. So that you can also have registered mail sent and this does not mean that you still have to go to the post office.

At PriPost we will therefore receive your registered mail. Without charging extra costs for that. It is even possible to process the registered mail differently than your regular mail. We can also forward it registered and directly to you. You’ll receive a Track & Trace code, so you’ll know when it’s going to arrive and take it into account. This way you can be sure that you can see and respond to that important mail right away.

We offer a convenient solution for sending registered mail to your Postbox. Instead of going to a P.O. box, where you receive no more than a note that you can pick it up at the post office. Which means there will be an unnecessary amount of extra time in it. After you have driven to your P.O. box, only to find out that you can’t see the registered mail yet.

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Questions and answers regarding registered mail

What is registered mail?2019-07-14T16:33:15+02:00