certificate of posting

certificate of posting
certificate of posting cerˌtificate of ˈposting noun certificates of posting PLURALFORM [countable]
a document given to a customer by the post office as proof that a letter or package has been posted; = registered mail receipt AmE:

• If you do not obtain a certificate of posting, we are not legally liable to pay compensation.

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certificate of posting UK US noun [C] (plural certificates of posting)
COMMUNICATIONS in the UK, an official document from the post office, used to prove that you have mailed something on a particular date: »

In the event your item is lost or damaged in the mail, you will have to present a stamped and signed certificate of posting with your claim for loss.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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