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What happens to mail without postage?

May 28th, 2010


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If a letter has a return address, it is returned to the sender for postage. However, if there is no postage at all, and there is no return address, the postage due is attempted to be collected from the addressee. If the addressee refuses to pay it, then the undelivable mail ("dead mail") will go to a Mail Recovery Center (Formerly known as "Dead Letter Office") in Altanta, GA or Saint Paul, MN.

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