We’ll Take Care of the Mail While You Travel
Are you an enterprising traveling business owner that needs to receive important documents? Do you want a place where your family can send you snail mail while living a jet-set life? If so, a virtual mailbox is just what you need. It’s one convenient, consistent physical address. Here’s just some of what you can use it for:
A virtual mailbox allows you to stop worrying about missing mail ever again. With just a few taps or clicks, you’ll have access to all your mail and know exactly what’s coming in. Received an important document? Just open it remotely! It’s as easy as 1-2-Click!
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Your Important Documents Are Never Far
Just because you’re traveling the world doesn’t mean you don’t want to stay professional. Part of that professionalism is making sure your essential mail is handy. A virtual mailbox is the perfect way to combine flexibility with dependability, allowing you to access mail anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection. You can even access it remotely with just a few clicks!Get My SnapMailbox
Perfect Perks for the Nomadic Businessperson
There’s more to a virtual mailbox than just a convenient address. If your nomad lifestyle is backed by a professional endeavor, you’ll find more value in our business features.
Any packages are sent straight to you, no matter where in the world you happen to be.
We know being a nomad doesn’t mean you want everybody in your business. We keep your mail and business information private.
Time zones are not an issue with a virtual mailbox. Communicate with clients or partners anytime, anywhere.
The SnapMailbox Difference
We pride ourselves on bringing value to our customers through our top-of-the-line features. Let us take your mail management to the next level.
Remote Check Deposits
There’s no need to go to the post office or the bank. We can deposit any check you receive through the mail using your secure online account.
Unique and Flexible Packages
If you’re just looking for more control over your mail, we have the perfect package for you.
Exceptional Customer Support
The SnapMailbox U.S.-based customer service team is equipped and ready to help you with any questions over the phone or by email.
Online and Offline Security
Privacy is our top priority. Our offices are located at secure locations with screened professionals, and your account is kept private with 256-bit SSL encryption certificates.
Real, Professional Addresses
Our addresses are available at 30+ optimal locations. As we grow, check our list for new locations, and let us know if you think we should add any.
Unlimited Online Storage
We’ll store your scanned mail in your account for as long as you’d like with full OCRed search capabilities
How long does it take to set up a virtual mailbox?
You can start using your address as soon as you create an account and check out. While we can start receiving your mail immediately, we can’t process it until we receive your completed Form 1583. We’ll hold onto it but won’t scan it, open it, or forward it to you until we get that form.
After creating an account, you’ll receive an email with your pre-filled Form 1583. You’ll need to sign it, get it notarized, and send it to us with photocopies of two forms of identification. We’ll begin processing your mail as soon as we receive it.
What address can I use?
You can choose any address in our inventory to use as your virtual mailbox. We have real physical addresses available nationwide. View a complete list of our addresses here.
How do I access mail that you scan?
Your SnapMailbox account includes a secure, cloud-based profile with all of your mail. Scanned items are available to you 24/7. You’ll be able to view, save offline, print, forward, or delete your scanned mail.
How do you keep my mail secure and private?