letter addressed to son who does not live at my address
I hope someone can please give me some advice.
I have received a couple of letters, addressed to my son, at my address.
I suspected that they may be from a debt collection agency as, in the past, he did have some debts.
I asked my son why I was receiving letters addressed to him at my address, and he does not know why I am getting them. He says he paid off his debts, but I am unsure if this is correct.
I googled the return address on the back of the envelope:- P.O. Box 278, Reigate, RH2 7WB and discovered that the letters are from a debt collection agency.
I sent the first letter, received two weeks ago, unopened, back to the sender by writing on the envelope:- wrong address, please return to sender. Today I have received another letter addressed to my son, which I shall return to sender, unopened, as wrong address.
Am I within the law to do this? I have not made any contact with the sender, other than returning the letters.
Am I obliged to divulge my sons correct address?
I am really getting worried about this, I am a widow, an O.A.P. living on my own, and don't know what to do.
I would appreciate your advice.