Does anyone know of a legal way to send a package or letter to someone without a return address?
I want to send my friend (in another state) a package that looks like it came from Santa at the North Pole. I thought it would be funny for her to receive a lump of coal with the letter. Any Ideas?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
There is no law requiring a return address-- people put it there in case the letter or package can't be delivered to the addressee. Then it is returned to the sender.
I don't think you'd be too worried about it not getting delivered, so go ahead and send it, "Santa".
Cute idea, LOL!
- 1 decade ago
The only thing you have to do is to get an envelope complete who it is being mailed to and drop it in a mail box.Source(s): postal worker friend
- God's favoriteLv 61 decade ago
Why not actually address it as Santa? that will be funnier dont you think?