Notify Sender Of New Address
Does the USPS notify the sender of the change of address?
In some cases, yes. Generally, every business email sent to this address is reported. First, CL Mail will be sent to you as an LL utility, but the sender will ask you for a notification.
After 12 months, no mail will be sent to you, but you will be returned to the sender with your new address.
In very rare cases, all kinds of commercial mass programs are broadcast and ical (magazines) are broadcast in just 60 days. The sender will then be notified of the new address and you will lose your subscription number.
Only when the sender requests a notification does he pay attention to many bank, mortgage, or credit card details. The address envelope contains a printed message informing the sender of the change of address. The sender is also notified when the forwarding request expires and the email is returned to the sender.
UPS sends the package to the address indicated on the shipping document. USPS also does not store addresses, but sends emails to addresses on labels. When you submit a change of address request, it is to send a temporary email to your new address, so anything that does not change always arrives at your new address. This is temporary (approximately one month) and then deleted. When we got our usage, we still received correspondence with the previous list 3 years later.
no. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. Also, I think USPS will only forward mail for 6 months to a year.