To the postmaster at the Baldwyn post office, as well as a reply to Cynthia Crabb. Cynthia, I feel your pain! The "It's not a real address" dodge seems to run rampant at that branch. On January 20th I also attempted to send certified mail from our small town in Texas to an address about two blocks north of the post office in Baldwyn. When the intended recipient tried to find out why delivery was delayed, he was told they refused it and sent it back to me because his address does not exist, and that I had mis-addressed the mail to "S" rather than "N" followed by the street name. Later someone there told him I had erred by writing out "North," rather than using just the "N" abbreviation. Both of their statements were untrue.
After using the 911 option at the county tax office and being assured it was fixed, he reported this to the post office branch.
When I finally got the mail back - (on February 20!) I sent him a screenshot of the returned mail. I had, in fact used their required "N," as opposed to "S" or "North." They told him my mistake was that I had written the street name as "4th" when they wanted it spelled out as "Fourth!" Really?!
I put the mail in a new envelope this morning, addressed according to ALL their approved requirements, and sent it again by certified mail. When I told the postal worker here about the hoops we were forced to jump through, he said he had never seen mail refused for a numeral in place of a numbered street name, and that it sounds like a severe case of nitpickery.
At any rate, I'm holding my breath that the mail actually reaches the intended recipient. This time.
Not sure who I need to send this to but we moved from 380 Cr 1101 Booneville Ms to 83 a Cr 6381 Baldwyn Ms 38824 an everytime I try to put the address in it tells me it's not a noticeable address an it's the 911 address the landlord said my number is 662-416-1259 it won't even let me do the postal app