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Making a Letter to Report Mail Theft
A Letter to Report Mail Theft is a direct way to notify your local postal inspector, or local authorities, if you have had mail stolen. You may suspect mail theft for a number of reasons: perhaps your child's birthday cards are missing, maybe your package never arrived despite the status of its tracking number. Whatever you might be missing, a Letter to Report Mail Theft can be a first step in solving the problem and getting your mail back.
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Sending a Letter to Report Mail Theft can help get an investigation started. You have valuable things sitting in your mailbox: your gifts, checks, and your personal information are all there. It might take awhile before you realize your mail has been stolen, but when you do you'll probably need to take action. Getting the post office involved is a much better option than trying to remedy the situation yourself. After all, while you already depend on the post office to deliver your mail, they're also there to help you get your packages back if they've been taken. A Letter to Report Mail Theft can help you get your mail back and prevent future thefts.
Other names for this document: Letter to Report Mail Fraud