Virtual Mail

An efficient, flexible way to upgrade your business address

Real Address & Premium Amenities

Our virtual mail memberships offer an easy way to upgrade your business, not to mention it’s a great way to conveniently send/receive mail. They also include reduced rates on conference room rentals should you ever need some physical space too.

Just $50 @ Month

How It Works

Sign-up

Sign up at the link above. We will get your account set up and give you a unique mailbox address at our coworking space.

Fill Out Form 1583

This form is required by the United States Postal Service, along with two forms of ID, for us to receive and manage your mail.

Pick Up Your Mail

You will receive notifications when mail is delivered for you. We can scan and send a copy, or you can schedule a time to pick it up.

FAQ

A virtual mailbox is a secure mailbox at a remote location that receives and stores your postal mail and packages. You can often find these services post offices, shipping stores, and coworking spaces like desk

Yes, you’ll receive a real, unique address that can be used for these business purposes in the state of NJ.

Absolutely! You will receive notifications when your mail is delivered at our location. You can then schedule a time to pick it up during our business hours Mon-Fri.

Fill out our form above to sign up. We’ll set up your account, after which you’ll receive a welcome email for account activation. In the meantime, fill out, sign and notarize form 1583 for us. After your account is activated and you’ve submited the form 1583, just pay your invoice and you can start using your new address!

No. The USPS only allows one business name per mailbox account.

We open your letter mail only if you specifically request us to scan the contents.

We open packages only when you request us to take a picture of package content, or in order to ensure compliance with international shipping regulations.

Our location is approved by the USPS as a Commercial Mail Receiving Agency (CMRA). All your mail is kept secure and confidential.

You can file a Temporary Change of Address form with your local post office in order to have your 1st Class mail forwarded to your Digital Mailbox mailing address. A Temporary Change of Address is good for 6 months and may be renewed for an additional 6 months. We do not recommend filing a Permanent Change of Address form with the USPS.

Renewal is automatic, whether you have a monthly or a yearly plan. You can stop automatic renewal by cancelling your subscription any time before the next billing date.

You cannot access your mail or pick it up until you submit a signed and notarized USPS Form 1583 and two forms of ID that are approved by your mail center.

You must provide a current address that matches your photo ID for the USPS Form 1583.
 

You need to inform your contacts of your new address. You may also want to file a Temporary Change of Address form with your local post office. They will forward all 1st Class mail to your new address for 6 months at no charge. This can often be renewed for another 6 months. We do not recommend filing a Permanent Change of Address form with the USPS.

The United States Postal Service (USPS) requires Form 1583 to verify the identity of the postal mailbox renter and to authorize the Commercial Mail Receiving Agency (CMRA) to receive mail on behalf of the postal mailbox renter.

A CMRA needs to have a properly signed and notarized Form 1583 and two forms of ID to give you access to or request tasks for your mail.

Two forms of identification are required, a Primary and a Secondary ID.

The Primary ID must have a clear photograph of the mail recipient.

The Primary ID must have a clear photograph of the mail recipient. They include Valid state-issued driver’s license, Non-driver’s ID, U.S. Armed Forces card, Uniformed Service ID card, Any ID issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Tribal ID, U.S. passport, Foreign passport, university ID, Matricula Consular card (Mexico), NEXUS card (Canada).

Acceptable Secondary IDs include current lease, mortgage or deed of trust, voter or vehicle registration card, a home or vehicle insurance policy, or a Form I-94 Arrival and Departure record.

UNACCEPTABLE IDs include Social Security cards, credit cards, and birth certificates.

Yes. The USPS requires that the Form 1583 be notarized, unless you come to our location and sign the form in-person.

The USPS requires notarization of Form 1583 to avoid identity fraud.