I often receive postal items addressed to another person. What should I do?

If you receive postal items addressed to another person, just inform us and we will try to find a solution to this problem. Maybe those letters are sent to a person who used to live at your address. According to the Postal Law of the Republic of Lithuania, postal items must be delivered to the indicated address, not the indicated person.

In such a case, return the item to us:

  • Write down “Grąžinti siuntėjui“ (Return to the sender) on the postal item and post it through a public letter-box or bring to the nearest post office.
  • You can hand over the item to the postman.