Is FedEx registered or certified mail?
Consequently, does FedEx count as registered mail?
No, it is not the same thing. Delivery by FedEx, UPS, or any other delivery service does not meet the requirements of Bankruptcy Rule 7004. When certified mail is required, such as to serve a bank (an "insured depository institution") a copy has
Furthermore, which is cheaper certified or registered mail? Certified mail provides a receipt for the sender and for an additional fee, will receive a copy of the recipient's signature upon his receipt of the mail, while registered mail provides the sender a receipt and detailed records of his mail's location. Certified mail is cheaper, while registered mail costs more.
Similarly, you may ask, what is difference between certified and registered mail?
Certified mail is designated as such because the sender gets proof of delivery and billing. The person who the letter is addressed to must sign for it, serving as proof it got to them okay. Registered mail means it gets sent with the post office making a recording of it.
Is certified mail bad?
When mail is sent as a certified delivery, you have to sign to receive the item. There are dozens of reasons why someone may send you certified mail, not all of them bad. The signature operates as a type of receipt, so people often use certified mail when paying rent or sending money in settlement of an invoice.