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How do I get a "Return to Sender" piece of mail back to the mailman if I don't have a mailbox?

Asked by TitsMcGhee (8255points) March 20th, 2009

I receive my mail from a mailroom in my building that does not handle outgoing mail. I found something in my box today for someone who doesn’t live here, and I’d like to mark it “return to sender.” Can I just drop it in any old blue sidewalk mail box, or is there something else I need to do?

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marinelife's avatar

That or your post office.

MrItty's avatar

Mark it return to sender, and put it in any mailbox, anywhere.

TitsMcGhee's avatar

Uh-oh, it’s from SWEDEN!

I feel terrible though – it looks really intriguing and I really want to open it. So what if it’s like a Federal crime or some shit like that?

1moretime's avatar

Put it in a mailbox, if you open it, it becomes a Felony. Worse yet, their might be a germ or disease inside.

essieness's avatar

mailbox. or post office.

AshlynM's avatar

Never open someone else’s mail. Not only is it a crime, but you never what could be inside.

You don’t need to do anything special. You can just take it to your local post office.

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