- Can the mailman refuse to deliver your mail?
- Can you send someone something without knowing their address?
- What if I don’t have an address?
- Where does my mail go if I don’t have a mailbox?
- Can I use Post Office as my address?
- Can you put a fake return address?
- Will USPS deliver a package without a mailbox?
- What’s a permanent address?
- Is it legal to have 2 addresses?
- What determines your permanent address?
- What is in care of address?
- How long can you go without a mailbox?
- Can I call the post office to see if I have mail?
Can the mailman refuse to deliver your mail?
Ruiz said carriers may refuse to deliver mail to places they feel are unsafe or threatening, such as a home with a dangerous dog.
However, the Postal Service is supposed to leave a written notice to residents if they stop deliveries, telling them where to pick up their mail..
Can you send someone something without knowing their address?
Through GiftAccept.com, users can send anyone in their email or Facebook contacts a gift without needing to know their address. Here’s how it works: … The site will ping them with an automated email or Facebook message (a wall post, too, if their profile is public) along with a link to send their address.
What if I don’t have an address?
It is legal to have no address. However makes it impossible to to most things, such as get a drivers license, buy a car, open a bank account, file a tax return, etc. However, you can do all these things with just a PO box or a box at a mail forwarding service as your address.
Where does my mail go if I don’t have a mailbox?
If no previous mailbox, then the mail addressed to that address will be returned as “no such number” or “attempted not known”. You will have to go to the delivery post office and establish a delivery point.
Can I use Post Office as my address?
Post office box customers can use the post office’s street address as their street address and identify their P.O. Box number just within the zip code of that street address. … So, if somebody has post office box #1234, and his post office is located at 100 Main St.
Can you put a fake return address?
No. It can be considered a deceptive practice if the intent is to deceive someone however. The main purpose behind the return address, is just that, an address the postal service can return something in the event it cannot be delivered…
Will USPS deliver a package without a mailbox?
USPS: No. If you don’t have a mailbox, you will not receive a package from us. Chances are that your address has been marked by the carrier as “NMR”, which stands for “No Mail Receptacle”. All of the mail and packages would be returned to sender or handled as appropriate.
What’s a permanent address?
A permanent address is a physical street address that is under your name. Examples of permanent addresses would be a home or office address.
Is it legal to have 2 addresses?
Yes, it is legal to have two home addresses. However, as previously stated, one is primary and the other secondary. In the US, you cannot be a registered voter at both locations.
What determines your permanent address?
It is the house you consider to be your permanent home. … Factors to consider when determining domicile include the place a person dies, whether a home is seasonal, where the person voted, the address she used for income tax returns, the state where her cars are registered and the state that issued her driver’s license.
What is in care of address?
Often abbreviated as c/o, “care of” means through someone or by way of someone. This phrase indicates that something is to be delivered to an addressee where they don’t normally receive correspondence. In practice, it lets the post office know the recipient is not the normal recipient at that street address.
How long can you go without a mailbox?
You can go without it. Keep in mind any mail will be held for 10 days and then be returned unclaimed.
Can I call the post office to see if I have mail?
Visit your local Post Office™ location for assistance in filling out a Missing Mail request. Call 1-800-275-8777 (1-800-ASK-USPS) to ask for the phone number for your local Consumer Affairs office regarding a Missing Mail request.