Delivery Attempted – No Access To Delivery Location

Delivery Attempted – no access to delivery location is phrase used in the United States by Postal Service delivery.

This label basically means that delivery of the parcel had been attempted but due to some circumstances the postman could not deliver it successfully. The reasons behind the delivery service returning your mail to your local post office may vary.

Some of the reasons may be,

  1. Hostile reception of the delivery man service.
  2. Double parking near the mail box so that the delivery man can’t access the mail box without getting out of the vehicle.
  3. Blocked mail box.
  4. Inaccessible mail box
  5. No one to sign and pick mail if it needs a signature.

If it happens the mail is returned back to the local post office where the owner  can go and pick it or wait for another attempt.

 

 

 

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