Living together, but not married can have an effect on your mail, and packages when you move. Sometimes couples decide to try living together before they decide to get married, and depending on how long they decide to rent a house, duplex, or apartment, when the lease is up, they will either decide to renew the lease for another year, or they will pay extra to go from month to month depending on what type of arrangement that they come into agreement with the leasing agent, or landlord. After the lease has expired the couple Holly Doe, and Ray Smallwood, who are both local professors at the University of Tulsa both have accepted jobs at the University of California Los Angeles, and have hired a local mover to move their goods out to their new location in Los Angeles. Holly Doe, approaches the mail carrier and asks for a PS Form 3575, which can be found in a local mover’s guide packet, and she fills out the form, and attaches the form to their mailbox detailing when the effective date is to start the change of address form, so that there will not be a delay in her receiving her mail, and packages. Ray Smallwood decides to wait, and states that he will fill out the form online, and after moving to Los Angeles, Ms. Doe immediately starts to receive her mail from their former location in Tulsa, Oklahoma, while Mr. Smallwood hasn’t received any mail, and after 15 days he decides to call the United States Postal Service to learn why he hasn’t received any mail, and learns that the carrier held his mail for 10 days, and now has returned his mail to the sender, because he never filled out a change of address form, or PS Form 3575. This can have an affect on late payments from credit card companies that could affect your credit score, so the important thing to remember is if you’re not married, as a couple, it’s your responsibility to fill out a PS Form 3575, and in the event that you order something that is auto-shipped, you have to go into your account online to change your shipping details. Living together, but not married can have an effect on your mail, and packages when you move. www.iwantmymail.com More than just a blog!