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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.
What is a Certificate of Mailing? A Certificate Of Mailing provides evidence that you sent an item when you say you did. This official record only shows the date your mail was accepted. It does not provide record of delivery, proof of mailing, or insure items against loss.
In short, unless the statute or rule in question requires certified mail, do not use certified mail unless you are willing to accept the risk that its receipt will be delayed. If the statute or rule in question does require certified mail, then use it and service will be good when it is mailed.
Proof of posting is just your proof to Royal Mail that you posted it, so you can claim from Royal Mail. Nothing to do with the buyer, no proof the buyer received anything. If you put a return address label on the package its possible the item will eventually (within a month or two) be returned to you by Royal Mail.
There are two types of certified mail choices. You can send it as regular certified mail which means that anyone at the address can sign for it. Or you can send it as restricted certified mail which means that only the intended recipient can sign for it.
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A certificate of mailing only proves that mail was shipped on a certain date, but it does not prove or confirm that the mail was delivered. Certified mail provides proof that the mail was shipped AND delivered.
A Certificate of Posting is your proof that you have posted the item declared on the certificate into the Royal Mail network. The Certificate of Posting needs to be date stamped and signed at a Post Office® window as having been accepted into the network.
How much does a certificate of mailing cost? In 2019, a certificate of mailing costs a flat fee of $1.45. In 2020, this fee will increase to $1.50.
A Certificate of Posting is your proof that you have posted the item declared on the certificate into the Royal Mail network. The Certificate of Posting needs to be date stamped and signed at a Post Office® window as having been accepted into the network.
A certificate of posting may be obtained for any unregistered postal article upon payment of an additional fee of 20 cents at the time of posting.

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