This is going to sound weird... somewhere between etiquette and formality, and not wanting to be the one to rock the boat.
Anyway, if you send mail to a business / govt dept you've never been in contact with, and they would be the one doing you a favour / helping you out, would they consider it rude / provoking that you sent the letter as registered mail per einschreiben?
For legal certainty, I would like to send the letter per einschreiben. I just don't want to get their backs up, and I've never needed to send a first contact letter per einschreiben before.
Presumably, though they don't have to sign for the letter, they'll still see the postman's mark on the envelope it was per einschreiben.
Is the mere act of sending registered seen as provocative?
I'm probably overthinking this - maybe it's covid loneliness paranoia :-)
i got a hair fall problem and using some medication, it’s costing 100-120 € for three months. So, i asked my Indian friend, on his home trip to get it from his country, as it’s darn cheap there, about 6-12 euro for yearly supply. That’s 2-3% of costs here. He brought it, i asked him to mail it to my address in Germany, he lives in Denmark. Will there be a problem? I heard one can’t mail medicines from non EU countries and would be destroyed by German customs. What would be the case if I get it from Denmark?
I have just moved to Rostock and what I did, mistakenly wrote my postal address wrong in some offices (e.g. university, insurance company). In the place of Zimmer Nr. I wrote Haus Nr. and that is the reason I believe, none of my mail has arrived in my post-box. I think those offices sent mail to my wrong address, and they are not yet delivered by Deutsch Post. How can I received those mail? And how can I correct my postal address? Do I need to go each of the offices separately or is there any central system I can fix?
Thanks in advance.