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    post re-direction issue

    hello.
    i wrote on here a few weeks back after my tenant who left beg of march didnt organise a re-direction and my current has been receiving a ton of letters weekly from catalogue and debt collecting agencies. Taking the forum advise i stuck labels saying "no longer at this address". My tenant is still receiving letters, he opened one and it was addressed to my old tenant saying, "we know you have moved, pls provide new address"/. The post office have told me to pop them in the mailbox. What do i do?

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    Do as the members and the Post Office suggests: keep marking them "no longer at this address" and put them back in the post box.

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