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    I got an LL yesterday and no, I did nothing with it. Now my usps says "PO to addressee". I've never seen that before, any insight?
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by turnbacktime View Post
    I got an LL yesterday and no, I did nothing with it. Now my usps says "PO to addressee". I've never seen that before, any insight?
    Please, someone tell me if they've ever seen PO to addressee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turnbacktime View Post
    Please, someone tell me if they've ever seen PO to addressee.
    Pretty sure PO stands for Proof Of .. As in Proof of Delivery.. As in proof that u did indeed recieve the letter.. Ie.. did u sign for it?

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    So I bought 120 viagra online without a prescription. Now I have to sign for them, should i be concerned or am I just paranoid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by raw0015 View Post
    So I bought 120 viagra online without a prescription. Now I have to sign for them, should i be concerned or am I just paranoid?
    your Rude for hijacking another members thread and asking an off topic question instead of posting yer own thead...... Go read the rules or something..

  6. PO to addressee? I recently got an LL and no I didn't send it back. My shipment showing inbound into customs says PO to addressee. I've never seen this before. Everything I've seen says post office to addressee. Has anyone else ever seen this message under proof? It says proof and under it says PO to addressee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turnbacktime View Post
    PO to addressee? I recently got an LL and no I didn't send it back. My shipment showing inbound into customs says PO to addressee. I've never seen this before. Everything I've seen says post office to addressee. Has anyone else ever seen this message under proof? It says proof and under it says PO to addressee.
    Im not gonna screen shot my tracking # from 2 days ago that had 500 pills in it but yes PO stands for PROOF OF DELIVERY ... :\ google it... usps FAQ it .. or just brush me off like i didnt answer yer question already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turnbacktime View Post
    I got an LL yesterday and no, I did nothing with it. Now my usps says "PO to addressee". I've never seen that before, any insight?
    Although you OP implies you just had one order, got an LL for it, and now USPS tracking is shoeing PO to addressee...I was just wondering if if you have two orders out at the same time? In which case the LL could be for one, and the PO thing for the other. But even that doesn't make sense because you don't mention getting anything (assuming that the PO things mean the receiver had signed for it). I guess they have delivered it to you neighbor who signed for it real quick without looking at it...my worse nightmare anyway, my mailman (who is pretty good, but only does 5 of the 6 days) delivering a package to the wrong friggin address.

    Quote Originally Posted by PPPham View Post
    Pretty sure PO stands for Proof Of .. As in Proof of Delivery.. As in proof that u did indeed recieve the letter.. Ie.. did u sign for it?
    TripleP, I've never heard or seen of an LL being sent sent registered mail (signature required). Turnback et.al. , I have never seen "PO to addressee" as a status, but then I don't think I've ever checked a status after I've gotten and signed for something.

    Quote Originally Posted by PPPham View Post
    Im not gonna screen shot my tracking # from 2 days ago that had 500 pills in it but yes PO stands for PROOF OF DELIVERY ... :\ google it... usps FAQ it .. or just brush me off like i didnt answer yer question already.
    Well anyway...as confusing as all this is, some good info in the posts should this or asimilar post arise for others or myself. (I'll have to remember to check status of the next registered mail thing I get to see what it say after the mail person get back and "unloads their signature/delivery info"into the big USPS computer in the sky.
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    Mine had PO stuck Too it from the Day it landed in america.. before customs had it.. EMS delivery.. sig required.. Marked PO to Addressee.. Like i said its a hassle to screen shot so im not gonna bother you'll just have to take my word for it.. Or order something EMS from a land far away from yers :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by raw0015 View Post
    So I bought 120 viagra online without a prescription. Now I have to sign for them, should i be concerned or am I just paranoid?
    I wouldn't worry about 120 pills of a non-controlled substance. Worst case is that you just don't get them because they are seized or whatever vendor you used never shipped them, or the 1 in 100/1000 got lost in the mail (pocketed by someone at customs or the postal service....). BTW I saw this was your first post...Just a recco, not required, but a brief intro in the intro threads(s) is a positive thing. Are they "overdue" based on estimated shipping time (based on previous orders or what others may have posted on the vendor). If it's resisted, you can track it (more or less via USPS, not very up to date these days...assuming you are in the US). (Someone probably flagged you OT because your post is pretty much of OT...don't worry about it, there are more appropriate threads for your post/question.

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    Oh if theres any question as to who flagged it OFF topic.. Let it be clear.. It was me feel free to flag this one off topic as well :P

  12. OK...I asked my mailman too. PPPham is totally correct. I'm a senior member, not my first letter. I'm going to taper off when I finally get this, too much stress. I appreciate the insight from everyone. The mailman said I have to sign for it when he brings it...I've never seen this typed under proof x a lot of letters and I always have to sign.
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  13. If you order "express delivery" it will say that when you track the package. All it means is that you are signing for the package, that the package is going DIRECTLY to you yourself, and not to your box. Actually, you have to sign for the package anyway, but for whatever reason, this particular "PO to addressee" shows up for "express delivery" in particular. I think they are trying to prove that they are getting that package to you WICKED FAST! :-)
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    This is exactly why I love PR, I just checked my status and mine is showing "PO to addressee". So after briefly trying to put 2 and 2 together to figure it out on my own, I came to PR and searched and my exact question has a thread!! I figured it meant I had to sign for it because it's EMS, but I've gotten several packages from EMS with a signature required and I haven't seen this before!! Thanks everyone!!


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