VirtualPostMail vs. Traveling Mailbox

With a VPM virtual mailbox, you'll get a long-term business address, FREE registered agent services at all locations, and fast on-site processing of your mail and packages.


Differences between VPM and Traveling Mailbox

VPM and Traveling Mailbox may look similar at first glance, but there are a few key differences that set VPM apart.

Professional-looking business address

Get a business address attached to a professional-looking commercial office building. VPM owns and maintains each location to make sure it stays looking good for your business image.

Traveling Mailbox offers several types of business addresses. Many are UPS stores and PostNet locations, which show up with store signs in a retail plaza on Google Maps.

FREE registered agent services at all locations

All VPM locations offer registered agent services, enabling you to stay on top of state compliance and important deadlines. Get same-day access to legal documents and act fast when it comes to time sensitive communications.

Traveling Mailbox’s registered agent service is only available in North Carolina.


On-site processing for fast mail delivery

Your mail and packages are stored, sorted, and processed on-site, rather than at a separate facility. In turn, you can expect faster processing times. All incoming mail is processed within 1 business day on average.

Traveling Mailbox uses mailbox partners, causing you to experience slower processing times due to additional transit to the central processing hub in North Carolina.


Quick comparison of virtual mailbox features

See how VPM is different than Traveling Mailbox

Features VPM Traveling Mailbox
FREE Registered Agent All locations North Carolina
Mail Forwarding checked checked
Package Forwarding checked checked
Check Deposit checked checked
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HIPAA Compliance Yes, it is currently only available on a Business Plan and above and a BAA can be signed by VPM by request with your organization No BAA is available