Can you recommend me a mail forwarding service?
August 18, 2011 4:02 PM   Subscribe

Can you recommend me a mail forwarding service? Details inside.

I am leaving the US for an extended period of time but need to keep a street address here to receive my mail, since I expect to be receiving important documents in the next few months. I have of course Google for providers of this kind of service, but the results are pretty messy.

The service I'm looking for has:

1) A real street address in the San Francisco Bay Area.
2) An online interface for me to read my e-mails using a browser.
3) The ability to ship selected to mail overseas (to Brazil more specifically).

Any recommendations for a trusted provider?
posted by dcrocha to Work & Money (3 answers total)
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posted by evariste at 5:18 PM on August 18, 2011 [1 favorite]

I'm an American expat living in Europe and I use Virtual Post Mail for my mail forwarding services. I'm very happy with it.

They won't give you a SF address but you'll get one in Walnut, CA.
posted by matrushka at 5:08 AM on August 19, 2011

We use earthclassmail at my work. They do have an option that has a SF street address, but it costs extra.

1) I think they've re-structured the plans since I last looked at it, but if you need a physical SF street address, you should look at the virtual mail room option.

2) The online interface isn't awesome but it's useable.

3) You can choose to forward mail overseas.
posted by polexa at 6:51 PM on August 19, 2011

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