returning international mail
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#1 Dec 24, 2007
Hi everybody. I know that in order to return a package you are just supposed to cross out your address and write "return to sender." But I am wondering, if this is true for international packages as well as domestic.
What needs to be done exactly if you want to refuse a package sent from another country?
Thanks for your help.
#2 Apr 19, 2009
Yes, even on foreign mail you can write "refused" or "return to sender" and we will send it back.
Tanzania, United Republic of
#3 Jul 8, 2012
Alex did your return to sender work>?I am on the same boat too
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