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NUMBERED INSURED MAIL For monetary value amounts for numbered insured articles,  refer  to  Module  R  of  the  DMM.    Unlike unnumbered   insured,   a   record   of   delivery   is maintained  at  the  delivery  post  office  for  numbered insured mail.  The addressee must sign for numbered insured articles when the articles are delivered and a record of delivery is kept by the post office of delivery. Fee The fee for numbered insured mail is based upon the liability coverage requested. Liability amounts can be found in Module R of the DMM.  The appropriate fee for a numbered insured article is collected from the customer in addition to the applicable postage and any other  fees.    Refer  to  Module  R  of  the  DMM  for insurance fees. Completing the Mailing Receipt After  determining  that  the  article  is  mailable, complete Insured Mail Receipt (PS Form 3813-P) (see figure 5-5).   The PS Form 3813-P is completed in a similar  manner  as  the  PS  Form  3813.     It  is  an original-only form that is retained by the mailer.   No copy or record is kept at the post office of mailing. Other special services such as PAL, restricted delivery and return receipts can be combined with numbered insured service. The  following  instructions  explain  how  to complete PS Form 3813-P: Block  1:    Enter  amount  of  postage  to  be  collected (include surcharge, discount or PAL fee). Block 2:  Ask the mailer whether the package presented for  insurance  contains  fragile,  liquid  or  perishable matter.  If so, then mark the appropriate box. Block 3:   Enter insurance fee based on the amount of insurance coverage. Block 4:  Enter the amount of insurance coverage.  This amount must be the actual value of the content(s). Block 5: Enter fee(s) for additional services requested. Block  6:    Enter  the  total  of  postage  and  fee(s)  to  be collected. Block 7: Enter name of addressee (individual or firm). Block 8:  Enter street address and number. Block 9:  Enter city, state and ZIP Code, or APO/FPO number. Block 10:  Postmark with APDS. Numbered Insured Endorsement After completing the form, detach the numbered insured mail stub from the left side of the PS Form 3813-P.  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 (see figure 5-6). SPECIAL HANDLING Special  handling  service  provides  preferential handling  to  the  extent  practicable  in  dispatch  and 5-5 JANE DOE 1315 DAVIS AVE COOKVILLE  TN   38501 PCSN   JACK FROST NETPDTC 6490 SAUFLEY FIELD RD PENSACOLA  FL  32509 PCf0504 Figure 5-4. An example of an Unnumbered Insured Elliptical Stamp.

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