dead letter office/dead parcel branch


dead letter office/dead parcel branch
dead letter office/dead parcel branch - (See mail recovery center)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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  • dead mail — noun mail that can neither be delivered nor returned • Syn: ↑dead letter • Hypernyms: ↑letter, ↑missive * * * noun : mail that is undeliverable because of faulty or illegible address and is unreturnable to the sender or that is unclaimed after a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mail recovery center — (MRC) A postal facility designated only to receive and attempt to return undeliverable and unforwardable mail of obvious value. Unpaid mail without a return address is also sent to one of these facilities. (Also see forward and undeliverable as… …   Glossary of postal terms

  • MRC — mail recovery center (MRC) A postal facility designated only to receive and attempt to return undeliverable and unforwardable mail of obvious value. Unpaid mail without a return address is also sent to one of these facilities. (Also… …   Glossary of postal terms

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