Or take their picture and tell them it’s illegal to do that; tell them you’ll be turning the picture over to the police if you find any more junk mail in your box. [/quote]
Except that I’m almost certain it’s legal in Taiwan.
Is there really no such law now?[/quote]
I’m almost certain there is no such law in Taiwan. In the US (I don’t know about other countries) it’s illegal to open someones mailbox unless you’re a mail carrier, or to stick mail in their mailbox without postage. I believe Taiwan lacks such a law. I also believe any attempt to pass such a law here would meet fierce opposition because people would argue it (a) harms businesses unfairly because they need to advertise and can’t afford postage and (b) harms the paper and printing industries unfairly (just like how the plastic industry complained when they tried to ban plastic forks and baggies to go). So, it will never happen. They will continue to stuff crap in your face and in your mailbox with reckless abandon and impunity.
You mean where the sun don’t shine?
Unfortunately, in most cases, they never stuck postage on it in the first place, so it won’t get returned anywhere. But, if they did use postage, be sure to tape the letter to a box full of rocks before sending it back.
Same here. I gave up on residential mailboxes years ago due to all the crap. Just make sure you tell all your friends, relatives and business contacts your PO number and only use that from now on.