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As  the  accepting  clerk  at  the  window,  you  are required to ask whether or not the package contains fragile,  perishable,  or  liquid  matter.   If  the  package contains any matter of this type, further inquiry should be  made  to  determine  whether  the  contents  are mailable and properly packed. Mailers are issued a receipt for each insured parcel mailed.  The type of receipt that is issued depends on the amount for which the parcel is insured. UNNUMBERED INSURED MAIL For  monetary  value  amounts  for  unnumbered insured articles, refer to Module R of the DMM. Fee The fee for unnumbered insured mail is collected in addition to the appropriate rate of postage and any additional  fee(s)  for  other  services.     The  fee  for unnumbered insured mail can be found in Module R of the DMM. Completing the Mailing Receipt After  determining  that  the  parcel  is  mailable, complete  Receipt  for  Domestic  Insured  Parcel  (PS Form  3813)  (see  figure  5-3).    PS  Form  3813  is  an original-only receipt and is retained by the mailer.  No other copies or record is kept at the office of mailing or by the office of delivery. The  following  instructions  explain  how  to complete PS Form 3813: Block 1:   Enter the city, state, and ZIP Code or unit designation and APO/FPO number of the addressee on the article. Block 2:  Enter the amount of postage charged for the article.  When Parcel Airlift (PAL) service is provided, add the postage and PAL fee together and place the total in the postage block. Block 3:  Enter the unnumbered insurance fee. Block 4: Enter fee(s) for additional services requested. Block 5: Enter the total amount of the postage and fees. Block 6:  Enter the amount of insurance coverage.  This amount should be the actual value of the content(s). Block 7:  Ask the mailer whether the package presented for  insurance  contains  fragile,  perishable,  or  liquid matter.  If so, mark the appropriate box. Block 8:  Accepting clerk initials. Block 9:  Postmark with the APDS. Block 10:  The customer completes information on the reverse side. Unnumbered Insured Mail Endorsement The endorsement for unnumbered insured mail is a rubber elliptical stamp.   This endorsement should be placed top center, on the address side of the article (see figure 5-4). 5-4 PCf0503 1 10 2 4 3 5 6 7 8 9 Figure 5-3. An example of a Receipt for Domestic Insured Parcel (PS Form 3813) (front and reverse).

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