We can, of course, forward your correspondence to your foreign address. Our rates depend on the country as well as on what volume of correspondence you wish to receive and how frequently you would like it forwarded to you. You can find our detailed rates in our web page at Rates
The address used will be of the form:
8345 NW 66TH ST #[Your PMB]
MIAMI FL 33195
We offer boxes in Miami, FL.
Two people can share a mailbox. Both must send a set of notarized USPS Form 1583 plus copies of two forms of I.D. Please see our web page at Requirements for more details on this legal requirement.
Corporations can, of course, have an address with us. In this case, the USPS form is required and must be signed by a representative of the company. Two forms of ID of this representative must accompany the notarized form.
You can find our rates. If you only ask us to forward one letter, this will cost the full price of one pound. This is the minimum charge of the couriers we use, which are extremely fast and reliable. Of course USAbox offers you the option of waiting until some correspondence accumulates in your box in order to optimize your shipping costs.
Our Only-Mail service is what you need! With a monthly fee of $44.00, you can receive up to 4 Lb. of correspondence every month.
In order to select this plan, please send us a message using the contact us form once your have stablished an account.*
*Not available for all countries.
In order to open an account you will need an international credit card with the American Express, Visa or MasterCard logo.
Alternatively, once your account has been activated you may send us a check or wire transfer to fund it. In this case the minimum deposit must be for $350. This will, of course be applied to your future shipments.
If you send a wire transfer, please keep in mind that we must deduct $30 from the amount received on each transfer to cover bank fees.
Please note that the above-mentioned deposit is NOT required for customers paying by credit card. This only applies to customers who prefer to prepay the service with personal checks, business checks or wire transfers.
For the security of our customers and suppliers, we do not accept anonymous forms of payment.
The USPS Form 1583 can be found in our web page Requirements Click on USPS Form 1583 and print the document. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to open this document. You can download this software from the same page if you don’t have it.
Please take a moment to look at the detailed instructions, which can be found at the following link
Spouses may complete and sign one Form 1583. Two items of valid identification apply to each spouse. Include dissimilar information for either spouse in the appropriate box.
A guardian must list the names and ages of minors receiving mail at their delivery address. In box 12 of the USPS form.
We understand and share our customers’ concern for confidentiality. The privacy of our customers is of outmost importance to us. Therefore it is our policy never to sell or give out the names, addresses or any other information about our customers. We would only provide information about your address to a judicial authority under court order or subpoena and never to private citizens.
A Notary Public is someone with legal authority to witness a signature.
Any notary public may certify your signature.
If you are not able to find a notary public you may contact the US Consulate in your area. They will be able to do this for you.
There is also an online service that will notarize your form and send it directly to us:
You do not need to have a company to subscribe to USAbox. Simply leave the corresponding items blank. Your account will be opened in your name.
It is our standard operating procedure to activate a customers box immediately as we receive the documents in order, and you will see this by logging on to your account. If you failed to properly notarize your forms or your ID documents are missing, your box can not be activated. If, however, you are certain you have sent us your documents in order, they may just be taking a bit longer in the international postal system. If you still think it is definitely too long, please write to us to make sure we have not made a mistake.
Two types of identification are required. One must contain a photograph of the addressee(s).
Acceptable identification includes: valid driver’s license or state non-driver’s identification card; armed forces, government, university or recognized corporate identification card; passport or alien registration card or certificate of naturalization; current lease, mortgage or Deed of Trust; voter or vehicle registration card; or a home or vehicle insurance policy
Social Security cards, credit cards, and birth certificates are unacceptable as identification.
You may use a credit card that is not in your name but only if its owner sends us a duly signed letter of non-dispute authorizing your use of his or her credit card for your charges.
The format for such a letter can be found at: Letter of non dispute
It must be sent to us, accompanied by copies of his/her I.D. documents and clearly readable copies of the credit card in question.