As a CMRA (Commercial Mail Receiving Agency), Mail on Screen requires all customers and all recipients to provide a notarized USPS 1583 Form. This is strictly required by USPS. Without a notarized form, we cannot process any of your coming mail. We recommend you notarize USPS Form 1583 during the account registration with an online notary. Please notarize the form as soon as possible in order to fully activate your account. You have two options:
The easiest and fastest way to notarize the USPS 1583 Form is to log in to your account, click to Settings – Recipients, and follow the instructions. The online notary is provided by our partner NotaryCam, and is available for both domestic and international customers. The fee for domestic customers is $25, and for international customers, it is $79. You will be charged during the session with the online notary.
If you prefer to notarize USPS 1583 Form with your local notary, that’s fine, too. It typically takes a couple of days, and it can be more expensive. Because of that, we recommend an online notary instead. To notarize USPS Form 1583 with a local notary, log in to your account, click to Settings – Recipients, and follow the instructions.
Don’t forget to send the original of the notarized USPS Form 1583 to our address below:
Acceptable Forms of ID for USPS Form 1583
Below, you can see the list of acceptable forms of identification. You will need two forms of ID; they can be domestic or international. They must be currently valid (not expired).
Be sure that the address in your form matches the address on one of your IDs (for example, your driver’s license).Valid driver’s license
- Voter registration card
- Vehicle registration card
- Current lease
- Current mortgage
- Current deed of trust
- Home insurance policy
- Vehicle insurance policy
- Valid state non-driver’s identification card
- Alien registration card
- Certificate of naturalization
- Armed Forces ID
- Government-issued ID
- University ID card
Please contact the Mail on Screen support team if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org