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Registered  mail  service  may  be  combined  with certain  other  services  such  as  a  return  receipt  or restricted  delivery.    To  figure  the  total,  you  should compute the charges in the order shown on the registry receipt (PS Form 3806). The  total  postage  and  fees  are  paid  in  postage stamps  and  affixed  in  the  upper-right  corner  by  the customer unless a postage meter tape is used. REGISTERED MAIL RECEIPT An article is not considered as registered mail until a receipt has been issued.   A receipt must be issued when you have accepted the article for registration. The receipt is prepared by you and the mailer. PS Form 3806, Receipt for Registered Mail (see figure 7-6), is used for this purpose. This form is issued in a set of two copies. The form is printed on special paper that makes a copy without the use of a carbon sheet. PS Form 3806 is completed as follows: Block 1:   Customer enters the full dollar value of the article.   If the article has “no value,” write NONE or NCV (No Commercial Value).  DO NOT write zero “0" in this block. Block  2:    Customer  checks  one  of  the  boxes,  either “With Postal Insurance” or “Without Postal Insurance.” The mailer has the option to purchase postal insurance to  cover  articles  valued  up  to  $25,000  at  the  time  of mailing.    Leave  these  blocks  blank  for  international mail. Block 3:  Customer enters the “From” address, just as it appears on the article being presented for mailing.  The return address must include a full name, complete street address, city, state, and ZIP Code, or military address and APO/FPO number. Block 4:   Customer enters the “To” address, just as it appears on the article being presented.  The addressee’s address  must  include  a  full  name,  complete  street address, city, state, and ZIP Code, or military address and APO/FPO number. Block 5:  Accepting clerk enters the registered number including the “RR” and “US.”  The registered number is obtained from the preprinted number on PS Label 200. Block  6:   Accepting  clerk  enters  the  amounts  for  the postage, registry fee, and fees for any additional special services requested. Block 7:  Accepting clerk signs his/her name. Block 8:  Accepting clerk applies an impression of the APDS to the customer and post office copy of the PS Form 3806. 7-4 PCf0706 Reg. Fee Special Delivery Return Receipt Restricted Delivery Received by Handling Charge Postage $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Customer Must Declare Full Value PS  Form February 1995 3806, (Customer Copy) (See information on Reverse) Receipt for Registered Mail Registered Mail Date Stamp With Postal Insurance Without Postal Insurance Domestic Insurance is Limited To $25,000; International Indemnity is Limited (See Reverse) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 7-6.—An example of a PS Form 3806 (Receipt for Registered Mail).

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