A Postal Inspector may open it or call the appropiate Federal Enforcement Agency.
Added: Please further define your interpretation of "suspicious."
But as a general answer, yes, they may if they believe it contains, explosives, unmarked firearms, liquor, or any other contraband which is forbidden to be sent through the US Mail.
The Postal Inspection Service of the United States Postal Service.
The Royal Mail Service is a postal service in the United Kingdom. The Royal Mail Service was established in the year 1516.
Yes the United States Postal Service does deliver overnight mail to most locations at an extra cost to consumers wanting to use this service. The United States Postal Service has competitors for this type of service.
The British postal service is called The Royal Mail.
Regular air mail service began in 1918.
There are exclusions to things that can be shipped--like liquor and wine, corrosive cleaning products and such. Check with the postal service to see what is allowed.
Your answer depends on the service provider who supplies postal service to the location from which you want to send mail. Each research station employs a mail service provider who will dictate postal rates, that vary depending on the destination of the mail.
The postal service is required to deliver mail to the address on the envelope. It the address is your residence, then yes they will deliver it there. They will also deliver to P.O. Boxes and businesses.
EMS stands for Express Mail Services. It is an international postal Express Mail Service, for documents and merchandise, offered by postal operators of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).
Yes, currently (2012) the US Postal Service delivers Monday through Saturday.
Any mail from the IRS is usually regular postal mail service's.
Yes, it is not a US Postal Holiday.
The US Postal Inspection Service.
Third class mail is a US Postal Service category for bulk advertisements.
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UPS Mail Innovations inducts your mail piece into the U.S. Postal Service within 48 hours of processing. The U.S. Postal Service will deliver the mail piece within 3-5 days on average.