So if physical mail turns up misaddressed, what do you normally do? Bin it?
We're still getting snail mail for the previous owner of our house, four years after moving in. So I take a similar approach to the one I take with email. If it is obvious junk mail, I bin it. If its junk mail status can't be determined, I return to sender.
5 years now, and still get letters from companies for the previous owner.... have contacted said companies who acknowledge the fact the previous owners arent even in the country anymore, yet still send them to our address.... just bin them all now.
Had lots of NZ Police letters turn up at our number but not specify which unit, with a name on them which has never been at either unit. Those get sent "RTS, not at this address".
I used to get persistent previous owner mail, even after advising "RTS, no longer at this address".
I find that "RTS - Addressee deceased" works. Every time ....
Surely killing the previous occupant just to avoid getting their mail is a bit over the top?