This article will answer the most common questions about what a US Global Mail addresses can be used for.
Can we get packages sent to US Global Mail addresses?
We provide physical, street addresses, so you can receive both mail and packages.
You can then decide if you want to scan your letters, ship packages to other locations including overseas addresses, return items to the sender or shred unwanted letters. You can make these requests online from your Virtual Mailbox.
Do you receive packages and letters on Saturday and Sunday?
No. Our business hours are Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm US Central Time (GMT-6). We cannot receive deliveries on weekends.
Make sure to un-check Saturday and Sunday delivery in your order. Otherwise, your boxes will be left outside the building. We are not responsible for deliveries left outside our premises by shippers.
Can I use US Global Mail address for my bank account or credit card?
The answer is Yes and No!
Yes, because most banks and credit card companies allow our address to be used on the account as your personal address.
However, some banks have recently started asking for a personal address, which is not a CMRA (Commercial Mail Receiving Agency) address. In such cases, our clients provide an address of a friend or family member or their company as the personal address and their US Global Mail address as the shipping address. This ensures that no mail goes to the personal address as banks will use the shipping address to contact them, which is their US Global Mail address.
Can I use US Global Mail address for a driver license?
Yes. Many of our customers have used their US Global Mail addresses for their driver's licenses.
Can I use US Global Mail address for IRS?
Do I have to pay Texas state taxes when having my US Global mail address here?
No. US laws don’t make you liable for taxes in any state without living there. Having an address in the state does not make you a resident of that state.
Can US Global Mail addresses be used for Registered Agent Service?
No. We currently don't offer Registered Agent Service.
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