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What Cannot Be Insured
Completing the Mailing Receipt Accepting  clerks  must  prepare  a  Certified  Mail Receipt (PS Form 3800), when mail to be certified is presented at the post office (see figure 5-1).  Complete this form as follows: Block 1: Enter name of addressee (individual or firm). Block  2:    Enter  postage  to  be  collected  (First  Class/ Priority). Block 3:  Enter certified fee. Block 4: Enter fee(s) for additional services requested. Block  5:    Enter  the  total  of  postage  and  fee(s)  to  be collected. Block 6: Enter name of addressee (individual or firm). Block 7:  Enter street address and number. Block 8:  Enter city, state, and ZIP Code, or APO/FPO number. Block 9:  Apply postmark with the APDS. Certified Mail Endorsement After  completing  the  form,  detach  the  certified mail stub from the left side of the PS Form 3800.  Peel the protective tape from the back of the stub and place the stub on the address side of the article above the address and to the right of the return address, leaving room to affix postage stamps.  For envelopes, note that a portion of the top of the stub can be folded over the top of the envelope (see figure 5-2). INSURED MAIL Postal insurance is a service that customers may purchase  to  reimburse  them  for  loss  or  damage  that may occur to an article after it has been mailed.   To receive  postal  insurance,  the  customer  must  request this  service  and  pay  the  applicable  insurance  fee  in addition to the appropriate rate of postage.  The USPS will reimburse the customer if loss or damage occurs while  the  article  is  in  its  custody.    The  amount  the customer is reimbursed is based on one or more of the following factors: The amount of insurance requested (based on the fee and not to exceed the value of the article) Cost or value of the article Cost of any repairs Replacement cost of the article What Can Be Insured The following types of mail may be insured: Standard Mail (B) Standard Mail matter mailed at the First-Class Mail or Priority Mail rate of postage 5-2 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 8 9 PCf0501 Figure 5-1. An example of a Certified Mail Receipt (PS Form 3800).

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