Downsides of Traditional Methods
You can choose to use a P.O. Box or residential address for your business, but these options don’t always offer the same benefits. In fact, when compared to a virtual mailbox, there are some downsides to consider.
Nobody wants angry customers or past employees showing up on their front porch, but you run this risk when you use your home address for your business.
A P.O. Box address leads to inconvenient travel times and delivery restrictions and can’t be used when registering your business as an LLC or corporation.
P.O. Boxes aren’t recognized by Google, meaning you won’t show up on local search results. On the other hand, a residential address doesn’t boast credibility to customers or investors.
Many banks won’t accept a residential address for a business address, and they don’t consider P.O. Boxes as legitimate addresses for business bank accounts.
The SnapMailbox Difference
SnapMailbox offers a national network of commercial street addresses to boost your professional reputation. Simply pick an address that suits your needs and access our convenient and affordable mailing features.
All SnapMailbox addresses are real commercial addresses that instantly give your business a professional image.
Privacy is our top priority. Your account is kept private with 256-bit SSL encryption certificates, and each of our addresses has standard USPS security measures.
All major banks accept a virtual mailbox as a business address, and you can use it when registering as an LLC or corporation.
Choose from over 30 established addresses across the U.S., located in major cities that are easily recognizable by all.
Easy Mail Management
Scan, Forward, or Shred. You decide what happens to your mail with just one click on your phone, laptop, or tablet.
Whether you’re just looking for more control over your mail or are a business seeking a multi-user account, we have the perfect package for you.
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.
What will my virtual mailbox address look like?
The exact address will depend on which one of our offices you select. Each one is slightly different, no P.O. Boxes will be listed. Here’s an example of what it will look like:
555 Main Street #5555
Springfield, Missouri 99999
What if I want a SnapMailbox address in a city or state that is not listed?
If you would like an address in an unlisted city or state, we can work with a commercial mailbox service nearby. This means you’ll use our service with a non-SnapMailbox address of your choosing. You’ll have to have your mail forwarded to us so we can process it for your account online. In this case, your mail may be delivered as a bundle, so please notify us beforehand to avoid it being treated as a package.
Do I have to send all my mail to my SnapMailbox address?
If you file an official Change of Address form with the USPS, all of your mail will be forwarded from your old address to your new SnapMailbox address. If you would like to use your SnapMailbox address for specific recipients, you can provide the address for only the people or companies you choose.
Can I use my SnapMailbox address when I register my domain on the WHOIS account?
Yes! When you register your domain, you’ll either have to pay extra for a private proxy service or provide an address for the public WHOIS record. You can use your SnapMailbox address to keep your home address confidential, and we’ll weed out any junk mail sent for domain name registrants.
Do you provide registered agent services?
No. SnapMailbox is not authorized to serve as a registered agent. If you need a registered agent, we partner with a registered agent service provider available in all 50 states. SnapMailbox customers receive a special discount. Contact your SnapMailbox customer representative for more information.
How do you keep my mail secure and private?