So I wrote a letter to someone and I received it back.
It says "RETURN TO SENDER"
Not deliverable as addressed
unable to forward
I looked up what that means and it basically says that it means someone moved out without notifying USPS!
Ho w is that possible?
unless you're on a temporary move, where you move away for a short while. How can you not notify USPS!
if usps doesn't know where u are moved to.. how do they send letters to you?
so is it safe to say that the person who moved did so abruptly? its not a formal planned move?
Most Helpful Guy
Not everyone puts in a forwarding address. Or maybe they just delay it. If they weren't expecting any mail except junk mail they might not have bothered. Maybe you can wait and try again later in case they just delayed doing it.
There is also a chance that they are intentionally hiding their whereabouts.
Also, there may be other reasons for it to get returned. Are you sure the address is right? Like have you sent to that address before?0
Most Helpful Girl
stop freaking out! just throw it away!0