SwiftLink Worldwide has recently introduced a new virtual mail solution that is perfect for all types of businesses. With our dependable mail service, local businesses, startups, or even businesses that are always on the move can feel secure in knowing that their mail will always be in safe hands. Our trustworthy team will help you manage all of your mail, no matter where you are in the world.
If you’re ready to get started on opening a virtual mailbox for your business but still have some questions, keep reading on to learn more:
How do Virtual Mailboxes Work?
Virtual mailboxes are a safe and secure solution for any business that can’t always be around to retrieve their mail. As your mail comes in, you will receive a text message, app alert, or email to let you know it has arrived. Then, you will be able to instantly manage it from your computer or mobile device. Another thing to note is that when you open a virtual mailbox with SwiftLink Worldwide, you can use our other services including open and scan, forwarding, check deposit, and even shredding.
How Does a Virtual Mailbox Help an Online Business?
When you open a virtual mailbox, you’ll automatically have a real street address in the heart of Chicago that you can use. Having a real street address that people can send your mail to rather than a PO Box will make your business look more professional. Another advantage of a virtual mailbox for an online business is that you’ll be alerted when your mail comes in, rather than having to physically go and check if you have any mail (like you would have to with a PO Box).
Can I Use a Virtual Mailbox For a Brick-and-Mortar Business?
Absolutely! No matter what type of business you are, a virtual mailbox can help take your business to the next level. Here at SwiftLink Worldwide, we understand that as a thriving brick-and-mortar business, you can’t always be around to accept your mail. That’s where we come in! There will always be someone around to accept your mail and make sure that it’s securely managed and stored.
The best part about a virtual mailbox is that you have instant access to your mail which you can then manage from your mobile device, tablet, or computer, selecting from convenient features such as open and scan, check depositing, forwarding, and shredding.
Are Virtual Mailboxes Legal?
Yes! Virtual mailboxes are 100% legal in the United States of America.
What’s the Difference Between a Virtual Mailbox and Virtual Address?
Virtual mailboxes are a safe and secure solution for businesses that can’t always be around to retrieve their mail. As their mail comes in, they will be able to instantly manage it from a computer or mobile device, and will also receive a text message, app alert, or email when mail is delivered or when a requested action has been completed.
A virtual address provides businesses with a real street address that they can have their mail sent to. This is especially helpful for those who conduct their business out of their home as it gives them the opportunity to be seen as more professional, considering that clients can send documents to a business address rather than their home address.
When is a Virtual Mailbox Needed?
A virtual mailbox is typically needed for any business that can’t always be around to check their mail, or for business owners that work out of their homes. As a virtual mailbox subscriber, you’ll have a real street address for both personal and professional use, and you can access your mail anytime on your mobile device or computer, no matter where you are in the world.
How Can I Get a Virtual Mailbox?
If you’re ready to open up your virtual mailbox with SwiftLink Worldwide, you can get started on your application by visiting the SwiftLink website. Once you’ve completely filled out all of the required information, we will shortly get back to you with more information about your new virtual mailbox.
If you have any questions in regards to our virtual mailbox service, please don’t hesitate to contact us. One of our knowledgeable team members would be happy to help. If you’re interested in learning more about SwiftLink Worldwide, please visit our website.