Someone whose mail has been intercepted and opened by another person
should report the crime to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, which is the federal
Sep 22, 2010 ... Local police may or may not do something with it. ... what if the person asked if
they could open it and you told them no and this ... NO, the local, state and
Federal courts will not care if someone opened your mail and there ...
Mar 25, 2008 ... Opening and reading someone else's mail is a crime above and ... In fact, an
address holder would be wise to get written permission if a ...
If you prefer to file your complaint over the phone, please call ... The Postal
Inspection Service will contact you only if more information is needed. We gather
If you are living with your mother, and she's anxious about IRS communicatio... ...
The question becomes - what can you do about it going forward? ... while Mom
would love it if someone opened her mail and paid her bills and cleaned her ...
What authority do Postal Inspectors have under the law? As sworn ... Can Postal
Inspectors open mail if they feel it may contain something illegal? First-Class ...
Oct 17, 2007 ... I'm curious if someone can really get in trouble if they open mail that ... that's the
point where the USPS stops caring what happens to your mail.
There is also confusion about what the remedies are if your mail is opened. The
short answer is ... Under this statute it is only illegal to open mail addressed to
someone else if you have taken it from the custody of the Postal Service. ... The
federal statute does not have any civil penalties. If the ... Do not have an account
First, is it unlawful to open mail addressed to someone else? Secondly, is it your
business as a bank customer service agent to offer customers ... It's not what the
bank employs and pays you to do, and it reflects badly on the bank, .... I said if I
can't get finance again could I sell the house to someone else.
Aug 19, 2010 ... I don't know if your boss opened your package on purpose or by mistake. ... sent
to a work address to be accidentally opened by someone else? .... if you get mail
for a former employee, you can do whatever you want with it ...