Earth Class Mail

: 2024 Review

Best for confidential mailing
Starts at US$29/mo
United States


Earth Class Mail

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Earth Class Email is a virtual mail service that allows businesses and individuals to receive, scan, and manage your postal mail online. I've used it as a personal mailbox, and it runs smoothly. You can choose a virtual address in 50 states and Earth Class Mail will forward your mail to their secure facility. They will then scan the mail and upload it to your online mailbox, where you can access it from anywhere. You can also have them shred, recycle, or forward your mail as needed.

Key Benefits and Features

  • Earth Class offers fundamental scanning and resending, as well as the option to set specific timings and/or defer forwarding
  • Cut costs by merging various letters and packages into a single delivery, with the capability to append new items to pending shipments
  • Integrations encompassing, Google Drive, Dropbox, Quickbooks, and other compatible platforms
  • Receive parcels and mail from all shipping companies, including USPS, UPS, and FedEx
  • Endless cloud storage
  • Mobile app available
  • Complimentary secure shredding amenities
  • Access to a network of mailbox locations across the United States
  • Responsive customer support
  • Automated processing of check deposits


MailBox Plans

  • Starter MailBox — $29 per month for two recipients
  • Essentials MailBox — $29 per month for five recipients
  • Premium MailBox — $79 per month for 20 recipients

MailRoom Plans

  • Startup MailRoom — $139 per month for 100 pieces of mail
  • Business MailRoom — $229 per month for 250 pieces of mail
Dexter Zhuang
Dexter Zhuang

Dexter is the founder of Money Abroad, a website and newsletter on building wealth for global professionals. Over the last 10 years, he's been a product leader, product manager, consultant and coach at companies like Dropbox, Xendit, and growth-stage startups across the US, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. His work has been featured in global publications like Business Insider, CBS, US News & World Report, and Tech in Asia. He graduated from Dartmouth College.

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