What recourse is there if someone other than the intended recipient signs for a certified letter?
None. Any person at the residence can sign for and accept the letter if they are willing to take the responsibility or they can refuse the correspondence and the addressee will be required to pick it up at the local postal branch. That person cannot however open the letter unless they have the permission of the addressee.
Certified mail is mail that is designed to ensure it gets to its proper recipient. Generally when someone sends a certified letter, he wants to ensure that it gets to the recipient and a receipt signed by the recipient at the time the letter was delivered is sent back to the sender, giving the sender a record that such mail has been delivered.
cc stands for Carbon Copy. It is an old abbreviation from the days when memos were typed. If you wanted to make sure someone else got a copy of the memo, you would insert a piece of carbon paper behind it, and another sheet of paper. The typewriter would then not only type on the front page, but the impact would make the same image appear on the second sheet. Then, you would give the…
Certified Mail is a special service started in 1955 by the US Postal Service that gives the sender proof of mailing and delivery. If the intended receiver does not sign the receipt of deliver, then he will not receive that letter. Any person can sign for the letter, so if the intended receiver is not at home, or not available to pick it up at the post office, someone else can do it for him…
Contact the post office & make sure you have submitted an address change with the post office...mail is considered government property until it is in the hands of the intended recipient. They can have their postman go to or leave a note at the old/wrong address and attempt to retrieve the mail and get it to you.
No, the person who helps you decide where to invest doesn't have to be certified, but most people trust their money more with someone that has the certification. Certified Financial Manager is not specific title, it just means that someone has gone through a course of the specific certification. The program is no longer in use.