This article covers the following subjects:
- What is postal verification?
- How to sign up for postal verification
- Postal verification fees
- What should I do if I didn’t receive my code?
What is postal verification?
Postal verification is an optional paying service. It enables you to check the mailing information entered in your account by receiving a code at your residence and entering in Delcampe. This enables Delcampe to assure other members that the address you supplied actually exists.
Members who use this option and want to increase their “trust” capital with other members can request postal verification. It is recommended, but not mandatory.
How to sign up for postal verification
Postal verification can be requested via a special form:
- Check your address
- Click on
- A letter containing your activation code will be sent to your mailing address
Warning: You will first be required to credit your Delcampe account to carry out this transaction.
When you receive your activation code:
- Go to the postal verification confirmation page
- Enter the code you received
- Click on
A logo will appear next to your nickname. You will be recognised as a “verified” member. This provides a guarantee to other users that you are serious.
Postal verification fees
For more information about the cost of postal verification, go to the "Rates” page
What should I do if I didn’t receive my code?
If you don’t receive your code, contact Customer Service via the contact form within 60 days of submitting your request. If the address provided initially is correct, your code will be sent to you free of charge.
We will send you the verification code after 60 days, but you will be invoiced for it again.