Old 11-15-2012, 03:39 PM
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As a retired postal worker I can officially say that the law says if it is unsolicited merchandise you can do any number of things with it. Do Not Pay for it!

You may keep it, throw it away, return to sender, etc. If you will go to the Postal Service's pages and look for "Unsolicited Merchandise." Print the page, put it in their envelope, and mail it to the company.

BTW, it is illegal for them to send a bill to you.

I have given this advice to dozens of people. I just followed it myself last week.
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