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Jerry lives in Platteville, Wisconsin, and his packages have mysteriously disappeared. The worst part is that the property manager regularly skips picking up the mail, leaving Jerry without mail for days at a time. Jerry believes that if he is a United States deputy, it is illegal for the mail not to be picked up at his address. He would like to know if there is anything he can do to rectify the situation.

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Question: I live in Platteville Wisconsin zip number 53818 my name is Jerry working I've had several packages disappeared out of my mailbox and the worst part of it is the manager of this property that I live in does not pick up the mail every day of the week he skips 2 days and sometimes it's three days you don't get mail so I'm assuming that might be the reason why and I believe that if I don't remember my laws correctly and I was a United States deputy that it's illegal for the mail not to be picked up at an address by the owner or by the manager so I would like to know if there's something can be done about it or not.

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Yes, you should contact your local post office about the matter. They will investigate the situation and make sure that mail is being picked up according to the rules and regulations set by the post office. You should also contact the manager of your property and make sure they are aware that they should be picking up mail daily. If they are still not complying, then you may want to contact your local police department to file a complaint.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Feb. 14, 2023, 9 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, February 14, 2023