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G.C.W. Enterprises Complaint - Forwarding Mail Delivered

Review by zebbra on 2007-12-15
ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- I requested mail to be forwarded from my son's address in Atlanta, GA to my home in Michigan and instead (a new carrier) delivered the mail to his home. From what I gather on this board, there is NOTHING I can do about it. Just touch cookie, eh? I was trying to protect his privacy as well as his disability checks, but of course, there is a lot of (friends)in Atlanta who do favors by cashing checks....

I will follow with the state on that matter, but as far as the mail situation and reliability, it's unbelievable.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-12-15
Posted by Ponie on 2007-12-15:
I'm no expert on the subject, but I've made a couple of forwarding mail orders when I moved and put a hold on mail when gone for an extended period of time. In each case I had to do this myself and present identification. If you made a request to forward your son's mail to you, does that mean I could have my neighbor's mail (who doesn't believe in direct deposit and receives some nice dividend checks) forwarded to me? Doesn't seem right to me--but what do I know?
Posted by *Brenda* on 2007-12-15:
Do you mean you requested the mail to be forwarded at the post office or on the internet? I always thought that wasn't the mail carrier but the hub that put the forwarding labels on the mail. Maybe your first request didn't go through.

Also, do you have Power of Attorney over your son? If you don't you don't really have the right to have his mail forwarded unless HE requests it.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-15:
What does the complaint have to do with G.C.W. Enterprises?

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