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Yes this is the right thing to do, although i would just write 'Gone Away' on them. Yes, or if you know the address they've moved to you can redirect them by crossing out the original address, writing the new one on the envelope and dropping it in a postbox, although this should be done within a day of receiving it.
They could be bothered about their mail but forgotten to tell everyone they've moved, or the RM redirection hasn't kicked in yet, apart from which it's not much more trouble changing an address rather than writing 'Gone away' on it.
Probably statements or water bills sent twice yearly. I was glad I did when I opened a letter from a debt collector to the previous owner, saying he would be calling round to distrain etc.
I don't want some tosser's debts that he has run away from, affecting credit ratings on my address ta v. If it's junk, I bin it. If it needs action, I act. On a purely personal level, I open and read everything that is delivered to my address if it has my address on it.
I think I am correct in saying that you are committing an offence to knowingly open mail that is not addressed to you.
Its to the individiual. The Postal Services Act states Difficult to pin down. Thing is, I've had at least half a dozen back! The tape has been peeled back to reveal the address and they've been pushed through the door!
I guess I'm doing something wrong, but honestly can't think what! Plus I write "not known at this address".
If I have done all of the above then none have come back. Your best bet is to do as snaggletooth does, but don't fully obscure the address, leave it readable but obvious you have scribbled over it.
Last circle the return address. You should get very few coming back to you then. When the delivery postie receives the letters back they should "kill off" in RM parlance, the letter using a sticker.While it is customary for one to put a return address when sending a letter, it is not required.
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If you're still receiving mail for a deceased person after that, you can write, "Return to Sender" on the envelope and stick it back in the mailbox. Or, Sauter said, you can write "deceased" on. Street address or P.O. box number (USPS International Mail will ship to P.O. boxes.) City or town, principal subdivision such as province, state, or county, and postal code.
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