Have you ever received a package sent through U.S. Mail, UPS, etc. only to find the contents missing? This can result in an expensive, frustrating, time-consuming situation that could easily have been avoided.
When a package opens in transit, the contents may become separated from the packaging. A carrier may have no way to determine either the recipient or the sender and will have no choice but to hold the contents until a report is filed and the contents identified.
Avoid problems later! Whether you are the sender or the recipient, make certain a card is enclosed in every package attached to the contents listing the contents along with the sender's and recipient’s addresses.