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    Quote Originally Posted by No Place Like Home View Post
    Thanks everyone, ITs and SSA form unable to email it. I sent it UPS yesterday, had too. Thanks ctrob. enjoy your trip.
    I have been using CPS for the last 6 years and also sent an SSA form sometime last year...I do not remember the charge but it was much less than what you paid...

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    I just received this reply from CPS, they have no cheap way:
    Effectively for sending packages or letter from the DR to another country we use FEDEX and DHL service. We do no offer the USPS service...


    Perhaps CPS does not add on additional costs for FEDEX or DHL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKY View Post
    I don't believe EPS delivers. I always pick up at the office, never heard of delivery. As for price comparison I can't help you as I only use EPS. I am very happy with the service on packages they have.
    What does EPS charge per pound all in for items under $200 US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    What does EPS charge per pound all in for items under $200 US?
    I believe it is 200rd, but could not say for sure. I have paid 100 rd for under a lb. and really don't pay much attention to exact weight. You can check with them.

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    OMG, scan it and email it, it's 2019.
    If it is an "Official" correspondence, most courts recognize Docusign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamborista View Post
    OMG, scan it and email it, it's 2019.
    If it is an "Official" correspondence, most courts recognize Docusign.
    Yes, I sold my house in Canada using Docusign

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKY View Post
    I believe it is 200rd, but could not say for sure. I have paid 100 rd for under a lb. and really don't pay much attention to exact weight. You can check with them.
    You can negotiate lower.

    We pay RD$140 a pound @ EPS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamborista View Post
    OMG, scan it and email it, it's 2019.
    If it is an "Official" correspondence, most courts recognize Docusign.
    Many don't, including the DR gubmint.

    Mailing out of the DR is a problem with no viable solutions.

    If a document is important, I suck it up and pay the FedEx rate, about US$65.

    If an item is not critical, I use USPS Priority Mail, get free envelopes and boxes, and mail INPOSDOM. I have shipped coffee samples and T-shirts that way and have only had one item go missing in 7 years...unfortunately to the Social Security Administration which caused a temporary problem. That now goes FedEx.

    That said, it takes over two weeks to get to the addressee with INPOSDOM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob saunders View Post
    Yes, I sold my house in Canada using Docusign
    I sold a house in the USA about 5years ago ..using the same, very easy....

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    Plan ahead and ask here on DR1 for someone leaving the DR via POP. With enough forethought, it doesn't matter where the traveler is going - US, Canada, Europe. Most would be willing to purchase a stamp and hand it to their local post office clerk for you. You probably just have to meet them for a complimentary beer and hand them your envelope. Fork over some cash to your new friend and expedited/tracking delivery service is probably an option if you need it.

    Most reliable and cheapest way I have found to get letter mail items into the N.A. postal system.

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