China: Forward Mail, Mail Forwarding, Mail Forwarding Service for Expatriates
Moving Overseas? Find International Mail Forwarding Services for Expatriates and International Travelers. Keep a US Mailing Address for mail handling and merchandise forwarding.
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US Global Mail - the leader in Expat Mail Forwarding service and a trusted partner of Expat Exchange - provides you with a reliable, inexpensive and high-tech solution to manage all US mail when overseas. Each client gets a unique street address in the US. All mail and packages coming in to this address are logged, photographed and available to view online on your personal Virtual Mailbox. One-click instructions on how to manage each piece i.e. consolidating packages, shipping options, scanning letters, shredding etc. Plans as low as $10/month! Shipping options include Fed Ex, USPS, DHL and USPS. An A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau - and over 25,000 fans on Facebook - our Expat clients really love us! Special offer for Expat Exchange subscribers - Try our Individual Plan for only $5 with code EX2017 and Family Plan for $10 with code EX2017F when signing up.
International Mail Forwarding from Mailbox Forwarding -- manage your paper mail just like your email. We will provide you with a unique street address box number that you can have all your mail sent. When a piece of mail arrives, our staff will automatically scan the envelope, then allow you to manage it through your online control panel, where you can request that we open and scan the contents, shred and recycle the item, or forward it to your home address.
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