By law do i or dont i have the right to recieve my mail ?
well why is this happening and what are my rights
I ordered from religious organizations some magazines and the past few months thse magazines stopped coming to my mail box and i dont know why i asked the organization why and they replied that they have sent my magazines so i know it is coming from this country i dont know why they are acting like this and why they dont like foreign and how they gave themselves the right do they have the right to steal
what i want is this
To give me an address to replace my address on the magazines i have ordered so the magazines can be sent to that address so i can recieve them
how much will this cost me and should had been free /right i can afford 10 euro a year
pease help i really love my magazines
i have asked the lawyers who are here in greece but non replied back to me do they have the right to reject my case ? do you have the right not to help how and where can i get help
It can be from anyone volunteer er/ company organization or even from this organization , the 10 euro a year can fill up any of your projects plus , im willing to send out copy of my id card or business bill like my phone bill for security
so please can you help ? please reply to nostroagiro yahoo com
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