Checkeeper is proud to offer you more flexibility with our mailing service. It's a fast, low-cost, custom solution for any order size! I don't mean to sound like a smart aleck, but I know what you're thinking – why exactly would you choose us to mail your checks? The following five minute read will have you clicking here to learn how to mail those checks. See you on the other side, friend. 🤘
By choosing Checkeeper Mail, you are choosing to maximize your efficiency. You only have to worry about creating/uploading checks to your account and selecting them to be mailed. Say goodbye to keeping up with buying printer ink, check stock, stamps, and wasting gas by driving to the post office.
We want you to have the most flexibility when it comes to submitting checks. As long as you submit them before 4:00pm Eastern Time, those checks will be sliding down the post office mail chute before 5:00pm that same day. We offer three shipping methods: USPS First class (1-4 days delivery), USPS Priority (1-3 days), and UPS Next Day (overnight).
You can include attachments to be mailed with your checks. Whether you have to include a letter, separate invoice, a picture of your dog, and more.
Our platform is super user-friendly, but that doesn't mean we don't want to hear from you if you have a question. You can contact us by either sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or through our live chat. Either way, we will respond to you quicker than you can say supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. We are available from Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm Eastern Time.
Rest assure that when you input your bank account and routing numbers, it will be safe with us. Checkeeper does not handle funds in any way, we simply print your bank details on the check for you. Basically, it's as if you were printing and mailing the check yourself. Our platform is built with bank-level security and 256-bit encryption. We are HIPPA, PCI, and SOC II compliant, meaning we follow all of the regulations and requirements to the same extent that a bank would.