If you missed a package delivery from the U.S. Postal Service, the mail carrier will typically leave a “Redelivery Notice” on your front door or in your mailbox to notify you that a parcel delivery was attempted. The good news is you can reschedule the delivery of your package for free and the process is very easy to set up. Here are some important details about the USPS Redelivery service, plus how to get your items at a time and place that works for you.
There are many possible reasons that prevent a USPS mail carrier from delivering a package to a residence. Typically, the mail carrier will leave a Redelivery Notice (known as PS Form 3849) that states the specific reason why your mail piece was not delivered.
If any of these conditions apply to you, you’ll need to make sure to address and correct any issue prior to redelivery.
Your redelivery notice should explain the steps you need to take to get your package delivered, including options for scheduling redelivery.
If you’ve arranged for USPS Redelivery, keep these tips in mind to make sure you don’t run into any further delays.