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Are postal remailing services legal?

Asked by Anonymiss (84points) August 15th, 2008

For example, if I took advantage of a service, mailed a letter to a random person in another state, and had them post my letter for me, so that it has a different postmark?

Don’t worry, I don’t have any nefarious or illegal plans. I just want to mail an anonymous letter. :)

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marinelife's avatar

Yes. Individuals ad companies use them all the time.

AstroChuck's avatar

As long as the postage is paid then it’s perfectly okay.

Divalicious's avatar

We have a city to the north named Loves Park. The post office there advertises that service every year around Valentine’s Day.

Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

@Diva: Rockford area, I assume? I used to live in Rockford.

Divalicious's avatar

Yes, indeed!

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