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So I was busy one week and I had my friend order my package. So instead of putting my name on the package she used a different name "Of A Person That Doesn't Exists" So I'm quite sure I wont be able to receive my package. I was wondering if I could somehow change the name on the parcel when it get sent back to EF.??

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11/13/2010
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Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by deletedd
So I was busy one week and I had my friend order my package. So instead of putting my name on the package she used a different name "Of A Person That Doesn't Exists" So I'm quite sure I wont be able to receive my package. I was ... More
If the address was correct you'll still receive it. The name itself isn't really what's important.
11/13/2010
Phoenix713 Phoenix713
Yeah, unless you get it mailed somewhere like a dorm or school where they need your name, you'll be fine.
11/13/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
I've had people send me stuff addressed to the fake name I use on LiveJournal, and it gets here just fine, both from UPS and the postal system.
11/14/2010
Kimbertrees Kimbertrees
I used to use a pen name whenever I ordered things. At most the mail man will underline the name with a question mark. As long as the address is right then you'll get it, unless there's someone on your street with the very same pen name, in which case they might get.
11/14/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
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Originally posted by deletedd
So I was busy one week and I had my friend order my package. So instead of putting my name on the package she used a different name "Of A Person That Doesn't Exists" So I'm quite sure I wont be able to receive my package. I was ... More
The post office will deliver the package to the address regardless of the name on the package. Think about it what if you have a guest at our house who orders a package? It isn't postal fraud unless you use a fake name to avoid payment or to establish an identity to avoid payment or to commit a crime.

You can also drop by your local post office and add the fake name to your approved mail list, if your post office keeps a record of such things.
11/14/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I have personally had mail sent back when I did not use the real name but it was only once and other times it was not an issue. I assume that EF would notify you if it did get sent back, of course.
11/14/2010
Trashley Trashley
The only time you need to worry about the name is if it's coming through customs or an order or alcohol or medication. Then, they keep it at the Post Office and they get pissy if it's the wrong name from whoever's picking it up, especially if you don't have tits.

But EF'll just sit at your door, waiting for you!
11/14/2010
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Originally posted by Airen Wolf
The post office will deliver the package to the address regardless of the name on the package. Think about it what if you have a guest at our house who orders a package? It isn't postal fraud unless you use a fake name to avoid payment or to ... More
No I used the points program so its all paid for i just changed my name for privacy reasons, as of right now my Package is at the local post office and they say i need the I.D of the person the package is addressed to but the name doesn't really exists so what do you oppose i do.?
11/14/2010
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I have personally had mail sent back when I did not use the real name but it was only once and other times it was not an issue. I assume that EF would notify you if it did get sent back, of course.
I sure hope they do.!
11/14/2010
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How Do I post a poll I've forgot how.??
11/14/2010
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