Can I mail a letter without a return address written?

  • Can I mail a letter without a return address written?

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    While a return address is not required on a regular letter, be aware that if it is not deliverable or refused by the addressee, it will not be returned to you. It will be sent on the Mail Recovery Center, or Dead Mail Office. They will open it, looking for an address to return it to, if possible. They will also see if there is anything suspicious about the letter.

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    Yes, you can though you risk the letter not being returned to you in the event it’s unable to be delivered to the intended recipient.

    What I have seen some people do, and I’m comfortable with for a private single residence abode, is to put ones last name and the full 11-digit Zip Code. For example, check out this made-up zip code:

    Smith

    14692–9733 (53)

    the 5 digits designate a geographical area (village, or city section). The next 4 digits designate a section of a street. The last 2 are the last 2 digits of ones house number. Then the PO can figure the address from there.

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    Yes; it’s not required to have a return address (and if it were, you could make one up, right?).

    However, the USPS will return undeliverable. If there’s no return address, it just goes to the dead letter office, and you’ll never know.

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    Yes at your own risk….. If you didn’t add a stamp or somebody have moved or address doesn’t exist. If there is no return address so, they will place your mail in “ Dead letters”.

    If you hate to write your address on it. You can purchase custom made your own stick on address labels which, I have or go to office suppliers that they can make you a rubber stamp pad with ink.

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    You can hand it to them personally. USPS “Mail” is handled by machines that read the addresses, then look it up in the database of known addresses to apply a barcode to the Mailpiece. If a piece of mail has no address then the machines cannot sort it. In such a case it sends the item to a bin with other problems. It might get run again through the machines to search for the address. Even if the recipient’s name is on it and they are well known, that doesn’t mean it will get there quickly. A human might put that piece into the container with other mail for that city, but when it gets there, the machines will still be unable to find the address and it gets set aside for later, when they aren’t so busy. If the recipient is not well known, it won’t get there.

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    Sure you can, but you shouldn’t. The return address only serves to return the letter to you if something goes wrong with the delivery. That is actually a very rare event. Usually the address is readable, but it has happened that the face of the envelope gets smeared and/or defaced such that the return address is the only readable part.

    Plus if the letter ends up being non-deliverable, you would never know unless it had a return address.

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    Yes, but the recipient may be wary of such a letter and refuse delivery. Depending on where it is going it might also seem suspect to the Postal Service.

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    You can just put it in the street mail box , but if you want to mail it at the PO window, then USPS insists on a return address. Also any mails without a return address would chance it being delayed for safety inspection and the addressee might just throw it away. For all they know there can be toxic chemicals or anthrax powder inside.

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    Your “Not” supposed to, but you can. It “May” garner attention from those in power wondering why it’s not there, and worse yet, the receiver may not accept a mailing from an undisclosed sender. (Eg: the unibomber sent non returnable mails??).

    Technically…. yes….

    However, before you do, I would ask yourself how important are the contents of that letter? If, for some reason, the post office can’t deliver the letter…. would you want it back? Or… if it wasn’t able to be delivered, would you want to know to be able to fix the address and re-send it?

    If that letter’s contents have ANY importance to you, I would recommend putting a return address on it. Otherwise, if it can’t be delivered, you will never know and it will become a dead letter and the information that you were trying to relay will be lost.

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    A return address is not required on a letter; however, if it’s undeliverable, it will probably be destroyed. If it IS delivered, the recipient may opt to throw it in the trash because he doesn’t know who sent it.

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