I understood, from hearsay, that one could get the address from a PO Box.
The terms RM publish say that they will release it. And in fact have special handling for things like charity or women's refuge, etc, to hide such details.
So I emailed RM and they are idiots! They said "Data protection" means they cannot give it out.
1. Their terms say they will, so no!
2. The details are a company, so not applicable.
They do not reply !!
Address from PO Box
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I always understood that using a PO Box was not a good way to hide your address as RM would release the actual address if asked.ReplyDelete
Have you tried companies house? AFAIK limited companies are not allowed to have a PO Box address as their registered address.
This post: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/show-post/post-1360266.html suggests they give them out freely.ReplyDelete
Thanks, regd office is an accountants in london, so no use.ReplyDelete
Oooh, will check thatReplyDelete
(old post I know...)ReplyDelete
Last time I wanted the address of a PO box, I submitted a FOI request to Royal Mail, and got the address back same day. - Much quicker than going through their Customer Service department.
email@example.com, or http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/body/royal_mail_group