SGMT | How to Send A Fax Online —
“What’s that got to do with travel??” You may ask, as Small-Town Girls, Midnight Trains is obviously a travel website, but sending faxes online is not very obviously travel-related.
Well, during travel, or while preparing for it, you may need to send a fax or two to people who have NEVER HEARD OF EMAIL, LIKE THE VATICAN. 😂 No, but seriously, if you want to request tickets to the general audience with Pope Francis directly from the Prefecture of the Papal Household, you’ll need to fax a form to them, which is fine, but most people don’t have fax machines nowadays, which is a problem.
So: here’s how to send a fax online.
Go to FaxFresh.com and follow the instructions at the bottom half of the page.
Things you will need:
- Your recipient’s fax number
- A PDF of the document you need to fax
- A PayPal account
After you upload your document, FaxFresh will ask you to authorize payment through PayPal — the cost varies from $0.25 to $1.99 — but they will not actually charge you until your fax has been successfully sent.
The good thing about FaxFresh is that you don’t have to sign up for anything — no 30-day trial, no need to set up an account — and you can send a fax to a whole lot of countries, not just the United States and thereabouts. (This isn’t a sponsored post, by the way. I was just happy to discover FaxFresh today because I’ve been scratching my head for a couple of days…)
Good luck! 🙂