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transportation.   Special handling service is available ONLY  for  First-Class  Mail,  Priority  Mail,  and Standard Mail (B) (Parcel Post, Bound Printed Matter, Special Standard Mail, and Library Mail).   It can be combined with insured articles and return receipt for merchandise. DO NOT charge a surcharge when standard mail articles are mailed special handling, but if they qualify for a discount, give a discount. Fee The applicable special handling fee must be paid in addition  to  the  appropriate  rate  of  postage  for  each article for which special handling service is requested. Refer to Module R of the DMM for the correct fee. Endorsement The endorsement “SPECIAL HANDLING” must appear, prominently, above the address and to the right of the return address on each piece for which special handling service is requested.  See figure 5-7. CERTIFICATES OF MAILING At times postal customers may want a receipt as evidence of mailing an article, but they do not want to register, certify, or insure the article.  The mailer may be provided a receipt for ordinary mail by purchasing a Certificate  of  Mailing  (PS  Form  3817).   Advise  the mailer that certificates of mailing furnish evidence of mailing only.  Certificates of mailing do not insure the article  against  loss  or  damage.    A  signature  is  not obtained  from  the  addressee  for  the  article.    This service is available for all classes of mail. Certificates of mailing are prepared by the mailer. The finance clerk collects the fee and gives the mailer an equal amount of stamps.  The customer should affix the  stamps  in  the  upper  right-hand  corner  of  the certificate. The   finance   clerk   compares   the information on the form with that on the article and cancels  the  stamp(s)  with  a  flagstamp  cancellation device. Fee The  fee  paid  for  a  Certificate  of  Mailing  is  in addition to the postage required to mail the article(s). The fee for a Certificate of Mailing can be found in Module R of the DMM. Completing the Required Form PS Form 3817 (see figure 5-8), is used for each piece of ordinary mail of any class.  As stated earlier, the mailer completes the form before presenting the article to a clerk for mailing.  Once the correct postage and  fee  is  collected,  the  postage  is  affixed  on  the article, and the stamp(s) or meter tape used for the fee is affixed to the space provided on the PS Form 3817. 5-6 PCf0505 10 2 1 4 3 5 6 7 8 9 Figure 5-5. An example of an Insured Mail Receipt PS Form 3813-P.

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