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|nananana7||Apr 10 2014, 10:06 AM|
RE: the statement "If they're going to a PO box, when your box gets full, they send you a notice to your home, to come empty your box."
Over the past 35 years, I've always had my mail delivered to a PO Box. I've moved a few times and lived in four states, so I've had about 6 different PO Box addresses through the course of the past 35 years.
In all that time, I've *never* received a notice at my home street address regarding the status of my PO Box. When it gets too full, they take all the mail out of it, and put it in a bag in the back room of the Post Office building, with a tag with your box number on it. Then they put a single piece of paper in your box that says "Box too full, come and claim your mail at the counter".
Perhaps Adam has a PO Box in another town, where nobody would recognize him going there to check his mail?
Edited by nananana7, Apr 10 2014, 10:07 AM.
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