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Is using another address other than where you live mail fraud if you have the owners permission?


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2014-05-02 17:03:06
2014-05-02 17:03:06

Given that we might be in different countries, I doubt using a separate address by permission, per se, is unlawful. The reason for doing so might be! There is a similar question elsewhere in this section, to cover using a relative's address while moving home.

I do not know if the US Postal Service has an equivalent but in the UK, Royal Mail has a re-direction service to cover house moves. Also, here in Britain at least, it's common for people shopping remotely to give an accessible delivery address such as at work, for when they would not be able to receive a parcel at home.

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I would certainly regard this as an attempt to commit an offence of some sort. It may be a fraud against the recipient; it may be something else, but it's certainly wrong.


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