Do I need a new stamp if my letter is returned to sender?
I mailed a letter that was returned to me by the post office saying that there's no such address.
I know that the address is valid. Do I need to put a new stamp on the envelope if I am to mail it again?
I am in the United States and using the United States Postal Service.
- Anonymous10 years agoFavourite answer
Look at the stamp. If the post office has stamped ink over it, you'll need a new one. If the stamp looks clear, you're fine.
- 6 years ago
771.4 Remailing of Returned Mail
New postage must be applied to returned items, which are subsequently reentered into the mail.
- Anonymous10 years ago
probably so since the original stamp was cancelled out