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Question DetailsAsked on 2/22/2017

I recieved unathurized no name no address on them Is that against the law?

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You may have to post again with more details (fill in details in the second text box - first is just for a summary subject line).


If you mean you received some sort of shipment which you did not order, if it is addressed to you and not requested or ordered, you do not have to pay for or return it. If addressed to someone else and misdelivered, you have to contact the shipping compnay (UPS, FedEx, USPS, etc) to come and pick it back up and deliver it correctly.


Since this was posted under Health, if you mean unauthorized, unrequested drug discount card or such that is just junk mail - toss out as you desire.


if unrequested credit cards or charge cards - yes that has been agaisnt the law for decades now. They can send you offers and many have a simulated credit card with them (which is not a real credit card) but they cannot send unrequested credit cards or charge cards.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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