Thanks, I wasn't aware (lets ignore that I said our own fault twice)
Posted by Taz on October 10, 2019, 16:30:53, in reply to "The mailbox is considered USPS property."
The funny thing is, our mail person never takes stamped, addressed envelopes that we want her to take, but she took this one |
Technically, it's not to be used for any other purpose, and the USPS can take whatever's in there out.
*supposedly* left envelope of cash in mailbox.
Not knowing the person but stereotyping her, she did not seem like the type to lie about leaving the money.
I was within view of the mailbox (from in the house) the entire time between transaction and mail delivery. No one else was there.
Shortly after mail delivery, Mrs Taz went to the mailbox and no envelope of cash.
Our own fault
Our own fault for using the mailbox to conduct transactions, but still...
Last week we got an envelope misdelivered to our house and put it back in the mailbox. Red Hallmark style thing with the same street number as ours but a completely different street name two miles away. A couple days pass, and it shows up again. We again return it.
Today my USPS preview email shows it is coming again for a third time. What should we do? My wife is threatening to staple it to the carrier. I prefer just to return it with a Post It note with the friendly greeting “Attention You Stupid Mother####ers!”
Bill Cubit and the Not Ideals with their hit rendition of "Not a Dagger"
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