means that if you refuse the item or move, we as carriers cannot just discard it as junk and it needs to go back to the sender with a note on it saying insufficient address or something…..unlike some ads which are bulk,and can be put in “trash” at our case when we return…
There are several ancillary service endorsements that a sender can write on his envelopes in order to instruct the USPS on how to treat a piece of mail that is Undeliverable as Addressed (UAA).
Return Service Requested tells the USPS that if a piece of mail cannot be delivered as addressed, the piece is to be returned, free of charge, to the sender, with the new address or an explanation of the reason for non-delivery attached to it, regardless of whether a change of address order is on file for the recipient.
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This means that the mailer wants the piece returned to them if it is undeliverable. The carrier places a reason for not being delivered. This. Service costs money because of the handling that has to be done. The mailer will be able to update their records to accommodate those changes. Hope this helps.
This is not a simple question. It depends on the class of mail. There are a lot of rules for handling this request. The mailer is basically saying that they want the mail piece back with the reason for non-delivery to the original address. For the complete rules regarding this endorsement see the class of mail you want to know about: 507 Mailer Services
The exact meaning of that indicia is to indicate that the mailer is willing to pay for the cost of returning the undeliverable item. Which unlike first class/priority/express mail, doesn’t get automatic returns because they paid a lower rate such as 3rd or 4th class mailing, when they mailed to their addressees. Some times it contains valuable samples.
There other common indicia would be
“Address service requested” then if the item was forwarded, because the recipient moved or the sender had a part of the address wrong and the carrier can correct it, the PO would send the sender the new or correct address.
If the addressee does not live at that address, the sender would prefer that the letter be returned to them rather than forwarded. A good example is if you renewed your drivers license, the state will send it to the address that you provided at renewal. If you don’t live there, they want it back so you will have to ask them for it and provide the correct address.
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It means that the person sending the mail wants it returned if the person doesn’t live there or wrong address.
It is an endorsement that mailers place on their envelopes to request that the USPS return the item to the sender if it is not deliverable as addressed.
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Return Service Requested tells the USPS that if a piece of mail cannot be delivered as addressed, the piece is to be returned, free of charge, to the sender, with the new address or an explanation of the reason for non-delivery attached to it, regardless of whether a change of address order is on file for the recipient …
Basically, if the individual has an active COA (change of address) – the sender will be notified of this forwarding address via an USPS yellow sticker.
If the individual does NOT submit an COA – letter will be mailed as addressed and it is up to the new resident to decide what they do with it.
If the individual’s COA is expired you will be notified of that via USPS yellow sticker.
Good question. Consider this. Just this week I had a package sent to me using USPS. I ordered the product on Monday, 2–17–20 and paid for the 2 to 3 day delivery rate. Monday was a holiday for USPS so it didn’t ship on Monday. It was taken to the post office in Industry, California on Tuesday where it sat for an entire day and wasn’t even scanned into the USPS system until Wednesday. It didn’t leave the distribution center in California until Thursday. It got to the Spokane Washington DC on Friday and I’ve gotten 4 text messages today saying that it departed the Spokane DC. WTH? How the hell can it leave the same place 4 times? Is somebody standing outside and throwing it back over the fence???? Now the post office in Post Falls says it won’t be delivered until Monday. SIX days when I paid for 2 to 3 day delivery. NOW I had another package shipped by FedEx. It was picked up on Thursday in Mississippi. I paid to have it overnighted to me here in Spokane. FedEx guaranteed it to be delivered before 10: 30 am the next day. At 9: 32 am on Friday the FedEx driver handed me the package. That right there is the difference between customer service and bullshit. I guess it would be ok to use USPS for a Christmas card. If you send it in July it MIGHT get there by Christmas. But there is ABSOLUTELY NO WAY I would trust these imbeciles with anything of value. There’s no telling when it would get delivered. Or even IF it would get delivered for that matter.