can you refuse package usps
Is it illegal to refuse an USPS package?
You can’t refuse to accept a USPS package before it is delivered, unless USPS Package Intercept is used. Also, it is important to remember that USPS mail can be refused except Registered Mail or Certified Mail. Mail that contains important information (i.e. jury duty summons) must be delivered cannot be returned.
Can I reject an USPS package?
You can refuse packages if they are unopened although bulk rate type mail will not be picked up and returned unless you pay return postage (unless the are marked with an endorsement from the original ended). The key is unopened. The package has to remain unopened.
Can you refuse a package you ordered?
Yes. A package shipped through the USPS, you can refuse the package and the carrier will return to sender. Often the post office will mark the package, Refused Return to Sender. , CFE, ACFE member, B.A. in Criminology, probation officer. Certainly.
Can I refuse to accept a package?
Yes. You can refuse a parcel which was not addressed to you but it ended up at your location. You can also refuse the shipment that you were expecting if it didn’t arrive in a good condition and has clear signs of damages. Alternatively you can accept the package and sign for the shipment as damaged at the time of delivery.
What is a package intercept?
For a fee, USPS Package Intercept ® lets the sender or recipient stop delivery or redirect a package, letter, or flat that is not out for delivery or already delivered. Most domestic mailings with a tracking or extra services barcode are eligible for Package Intercept. You can only request a Package Intercept online.
Where is my package redirected to?
Your shipment will be redirected to the original sender or held at the local Post Office for pickup.
Can you request that the destination post office hold the item for you?
You can request that the destination Post Office hold the item for you or have it returned to sender.