Postal 473 Part B – Certified Mail Receipt
Which of the following would NOT be an appropriate entry for Box 8?
Box 8 requires a street, apartment (or suite) number, or PO Box.
Where would the customer sending the certified mail sign the form?
The customer does not have to sign the form.
The customer pays a total of $12.69 for their certified mail delivery. Where would this amount be indicated?
Box 5 is the total of all postage and fees, and represents what the customer pays for the certified mail delivery.
Which box should NOT be completed by the customer?
The postal representative will place their postmark in Box 6.
In which box would “13088” be an acceptable entry?
13088 represents a zip code which could be entered in Box 9.
Which is an acceptable entry for Box 3?
A dollar amount for the return receipt fee should be entered in Box 3.
Which of the following would be an appropriate entry for Box 7?
The recipient’s name.
The postage on the item is $7.52. Where would this be indicated?
Where should a Postal representative stamp a postmark?
The post office should place their postmark in Box 6.
For which of these could “808 Monroe St.” be an acceptable entry?
A street address can go in Box 8.
If the postage for the item is $7.52, which of the following would be an acceptable entry for Box 5?
Box 5 represents the total of postage and fees and cannot be less than the postage amount.
How many boxes can have a dollar amount as an entry?
Boxes 1,2,3,4, and 5 all accept dollar amounts.
If the certified mail is going to an address in New York, where would that information be entered?
The state is entered in Box 9.
If the fee for the return receipt is $2.50, where would that be indicated?
The return receipt fee is entered in Box 3.
If the postage is $8.00 and the certified fee is $3.00 and there are no other fees, what would the correct entry for box 5 be?
Box 5 represents the total fees so the answer is $8.00 + $3.00 = $11.00.
Which is NOT an appropriate entry for Box 4?
Box 4 requires a dollar amount (or can be left blank)
Which of the following is NOT an appropriate entry for Box 9?
A date is not an appropriate entry for Box 9 which requires a city, state and Zipcode.
If the customer wants to pay an additional fee to request a copy of the delivery signature record be returned to them, where would this fee be indicated?
The customer can request a “return receipt” for an additional fee indicated in Box 3.
If the customer wants to restrict their delivery of the mail to a specific individual, where would the fee for this service be indicated?
A customer may choose “Restricted Delivery” for an additional fee. This service will allow only specified individuals to sign for the delivery.
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