When you PP a letter Do you sign your own name?
PP is an abbreviation of the Latin word Per Procurationem meaning by the agency of, or on behalf of.
When you are asked to pp a letter it means that you should sign the letter on behalf of the person who wrote it.
Just write pp and then your own signature in place of where theirs would be written..
Is it illegal to sign for a package that isn’t yours?
It is not illegal. You were given permission to sign for it. You are mostly signing it so that the post office knows it was delivered. Just make sure you are signing your own name for things like this in the future, for identification purposes it helps to know who actually signed for it.
What do you write when you sign on behalf of someone else?
The letters “p.p.” before your signature on behalf of your brother indicate that the signature is under procuration (that is, on behalf of another with permission). You may type or handwrite the letters just to the left of your signature to indicate that you are signing under procuration.
How do you sign off on behalf of someone?
You put “p.p.” in front of the name of the person for whom you are writing the letter — p.p. stands for “per pro” (for and on behalf of).
How do you end a letter on someone else’s behalf?
Use the closing “Sincerely” or “Sincerely yours” to stay consistent with the business tone of the letter. Phrases such as “Talk soon” or “Your friend” are not appropriate. Sign and type your name, followed by the words “on behalf of [name of person you’re writing for].”