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  • 1. • Mail which comes into the business• It can be received through the post, facsimileor by email. • Pre-sort envelopes in categories • Open & remove contents from envelopes • Stamp items with date stamp • Cheques, write in remittances book • Enclose items together • Sort mail into different departments
  • 2. • This is mail that is sent out of the building• It can be sent by Royal Mail, facsimile or bye- mail• Collect mail from departments• Check for signatures & enclosures• Insert mail into envelopes• Weigh & frank mail• Dispatch mail
  • 3. A remittance book is where a record of the incoming and outgoing mail from the business is kept. Here is an example of a Remittance Book; Remittances* Remittances*Country Remittances 2006 Remittances 2007 Remittances 2009 2008 2010Israel $ 13.5 billion $ 14.4 billion $ 16.6 billion $ 20.2 billion NAIndia $ 26.9 billion $ 27 billion $ 45 billion $ 55.06 billion $ 55 billionChina $ 22.52 billion $25.7 billion $ 40.5 billion NA $ 51 billionPhilippines $ 12.7 billion $ 14.4 billion $ 16.4 billion $ 17.3 billion $ 21.3 billionMexico $ 25.6 billion $ 26.1 billion $ 25.1 billion $ 21.2 billion $ 22.6 billionPoland $ 8.5 billion $ 12.5 billion $ 13.75 billion NA $ 9.1 billionBangladesh $ 5.5 billion $ 6.6 billion $ 9.0 billion $ 10.7 billion $ 11.7 billionNigeria NA NA NA $ 9.6 billion $ 10 billionPakistan $ 5.1 billion $ 6.0 billion $ 7.0 billion $ 8.7 billion $ 12.94 billion[22]Morocco $ 5.1 billion $ 5.7 billion $ 6.9 billion $ 8.0 billion[23] $ 6.4 billionVietnam NA NA $ 7.2 billion $ 6.8 billion $ 7.2 billion