Help stop junk mail!

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Re: Help stop junk mail!

by mattbb61 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 8:13 am

Thanks Issa; I shall give that a try!

Help stop junk mail!

by Issa » Sat Jul 30, 2011 8:08 pm

Tired of USPS sending you Junk Mail? Write “Refused” and put it back, or put it in the blue boxes.

Together we can stop USPS from spamming our mailboxes while profiting and polluting the environment!

1.1.3 Refusal After Delivery
After delivery, an addressee may mark a mailpiece “Refused” and return it within a reasonable time, if the piece or any attachment is not opened. Mail that may not be refused and returned unopened under this provision may be returned to the sender only if it is enclosed in a new envelope or wrapper with a correct address and new postage. The following may not be refused and returned postage-free after delivery:
a. Pieces sent as Registered Mail, insured, Certified Mail, collect on delivery (COD), and return receipt for merchandise.
b. Response mail to the addressee’s sales promotion, solicitation, announcement, or other advertisement that was not refused when offered to the addressee.