What is a certified letter

A registered letter is correspondence that is sent after registration of documents confirming the responsibility of the postal service for the delivery and security of content. If the mail is lost or damaged, employees who have admitted it, will incur the appropriate penalty and will be required to indemnify the sender or the addressee.

The postage for a registered letter will be charged to the consignor in accordance with tariffs set by the provider. The amount of payment depends on the weight and size of shipment, distance to the region where it will be delivered and method of delivery. Air shipments will cost a bit more than those that will be delivered by road.

The procedure for the storage and delivery of a registered letter

When you receive a registered letter at the post office serving the area or locality where the recipient, employees fill out a notice in the prescribed form and transmit it to the recipient. Notice is delivered to the address specified by the sender, and placed in the Inbox.

After receiving notice of receipt of registered mail in his name, the recipient is required to report to the post office with a document confirming his identity and a mark of place of residence.

Mail a custom type can be stored in the post office up to 30 days. Letters with a mark "judicial" are not stored longer than 7 days, and then shall be returned to the sender marked "addressee did not appear for the letter".

In order that the letter was delivered to the shipping address it should be marked "to be delivered personally to the addressee, and the notice to him, the courier or the postman leaves only if it's not there.

The procedure of registration and sending of a registered letter

Guarantee of delivery of registered mail depends primarily on the correctness of its design. To send such a letter must be presented at the post office a passport or other identity document.

Employees of the post office provides the sender of the envelope corresponding to the size of attachments. After inventorying the attachment and place the content into the envelope and sealed it closed, it is assigned an identification number that is recorded in all the accompanying documents. The letter must be weighed to estimate its cost and the cost of delivery.

The sender receives a receipt of payment, which must be the number of departure, the time and date when it was adopted by the postal worker. Identification number of the letter in consequence it is possible to track the path of its movement.