Difference between revisions of "Mail Fraud (Business Out of United States)"

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Mail order ad does not require a street address if a PO BOX is used; however, the company must list a street address with the Post Office. Consumers may contact the Post Office for a business street address.
 
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Latest revision as of 18:25, 11 October 2019

814-Other Federal Agencies

MAIL FRAUD (BUSINESS OUT OF UNITED STATES) go back


The United States Postal Service has jurisdiction for business conducted outside the boundaries of the United States.


US Postal Service

Postal Inspection Service

Criminal Investigation Service Center

ATTN: Mail Fraud

433 W. Harrison Street, Room 3255

Chicago, IL 60699-3255

(800) 372-8347

www.postalinspectors.uspis.gov


Mail order ad does not require a street address if a PO BOX is used; however, the company must list a street address with the Post Office. Consumers may contact the Post Office for a business street address.



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