I’m not conscious of the ability to do this. it’s going to be available but, if so, I doubt it might be fool proof. it might require finding the package and that is impossible except at the Carrier that would make the delivery at the address on the package.
Can you change your delivery address for USPS packages online?
Lol tricky question..when you order packages online, you’ll advise the sender or seller where to send the packages whether to your work address or parents house or friends house. Now if you had moved and need to receive your mail from utility company, bank statements, Christmas cards etc, you would like to individually call all of them and inform them of your new mailing address.
within the meantime, the post office can forward your mail for six months for free as a courtesy but you must fill out the forward form.
you’ll also do it online on postal website and they charge $1.00. therefore the answer to your question is NO, not for packages only. If you sign a change of address through the post office then it’s for everything, whether its done online or not.
What is USPS normal delivery time for letters sent to an old but changed address?
If a letter goes to an address that is a real place but the recipient doesn’t live there, and it’s less than one year since they moved, the mail should be forwarded automatically to the new address. If the time elapsed is over a year then it’s likely to be returned to the sender, sometimes with a sticker showing the right address.
Your question was a touch unclear. you’ll mean that the actual building has had its address changed. That does happen. Then the letter would attend the Letter Carrier for that neighborhood and if they know the recipient, they ought to deliver it to them.
How does USPS forward packages?
I will do my best on this one. As I last knew, all parcels sent through the mail have a good longer bar code on the label; one for tracking, and one for the delivery address. All parcels are scanned when received into the mail stream, and initially checked by a computer to work out if it is a good address, correct bar-code, and surname of delivery address.
If the pc finds an address change, it generates a replacement label to your correct address. Otherwise, it’s sorted into groups for further processing. An analogy would be like buying gas for your car on a visit .
The mail has processing centers that receive parcels and send them out by plane or if local, they dispatch it by truck to the USPS mail station which delivers your address.
You can track where it goes from the shipper to delivery on the web site usps.com/tracking. a stimulating tidbit: the Postal Service and UPS have a delivery agreement that lets the post office deliver many UPS parcels to your home. that’s the reason many parcels have two address labels on them, UPS on one, and USPS on the identical item. Hope I answered your question.