People often mail out bills with no return address, and that’s fine, and dandy if the recipient hasn’t moved, or you made sure that the address is shown in the address window, because if there isn’t a visible address then your item that you mailed could be delayed, or with an insufficient address then the item would be considered as being dead mail, and without a return address you will never receive the item that you mailed to the recipient. More individuals are starting home-based businesses than ever, so it’s very important to always have a return address on the item that you’re shipping in the event that the recipient has provided you with an address that doesn’t exist, or you accidentally hit the wrong key, and a 2 in the zip code is now a 3, so it’s very important to double check your envelope, or package that you’ll be mailing to ensure that you have a return address on the package, or envelope, or the birthday card that you’ll be mailing to your son, or daughter who is a member of the Armed Forces.
In today’s digital age people are always on the go, and most people pay their bills online, but for those who would rather send their bills through the U.S. Mail having an return address on your envelope, or package could mean gold for you if you take out the time to simply put your return address on your item. Would you rather have a painting that you have mailed to a client that is valued at over $100,000 be returned to you if the client has provided you with an address that is across the street from where they live, or would you rather the item be sent to the dead mail section of the Postal Service? No return address could mean problems, it doesn’t have to be that way. www.iwantmymail.com