Post # 1
Fiance and I sent our invitations out earlier this week, and today I got two bounce-backs — one was my dumb mistake, and the other I just found out the couple moved yesterday, oh well — but the envelopes had strange acronyms scribbled on them.
One was: NSN and the other was, get this, WTF.
Anyone seen this before or know what they mean?
Post # 3
I’m not sure about the NSN one, but could the WTF been UTF? That would mean Unable to Forward.
Post # 4
I’m not sure about the NSN one, but could the WTF be UTF? That would mean Unable to Forward.
Post # 6
NSN = “no such number”
I have no idea what WTF means other than “what the f***.”
Post # 7
NSN- No Such Number. The house number doesn’t exist.
Here’s a list of USPS abbreviations that may help.
WTF doesn’t exist on this list, but Unable To Forward sounds like a good match.
Post # 8
yea i agree with the above posters. are you able to jus put them in new envelopes?
Post # 9
@sweetredthing: WTF means you have a mailman with a sense of humor. LOL
Post # 10
@Loribeth – You made me laugh out loud. Thanks for the chuckle.
Post # 11
@Scottielass: That’s a great link, thanks! I’ve never had mail returned with stuff written on it before.
@bells: They were to my brother and a coworker, so I’ll probably just hand deliver them later this week. I’m out of envelopes!
Post # 12
Are you sure the WTF isn’t UTF? I just sent a bunch of letters for work and got several back. One has a hastily scribbled U with a line up to the T making it look like a W… UTF = unable to forward.
Post # 13