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    Shimmy Shimmy Bang Bang shimmy's Avatar
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    So I get a notice that I received a certified letter. So, I wait in line for 45 minutes at the Post Office, since they are still busy for the holidays. It ended up being a Greeting Card from Linkshare. Why would you require a signature to receive a greeting card?

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    I believe you can contact the USPS and request the name of the sender. It is then your decision as to whether or not to accept delivery....
    just my 2 cents

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    Can't help but giggle, very strange that they would do that. Guess they must like you tho if they sent you a card Umm, unless it contained money tho not sure was worth a 45 minute wait at the post office

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