Yes, however you must wait until after the first delivery attempt to request a Return to Sender.
Return to Sender
- If you missed the first delivery attempt, your driver probably left a UPS InfoNotice indicating a delivery attempt had been made. Using the UPS InfoNotice, you can choose from up to four delivery change options; Will Call (Hold for Pickup), Delivery to Another Address, Reschedule Delivery, or Return to Sender. To begin, select the Tracking link below and enter your 12-digit InfoNotice number (found above the bar code) in the Tracking or InfoNotice field, and select the Track button.
- If the package was delivered to a neighbor or released without a signature and has not been opened, you have five business days from the day of delivery to request a Return to Sender. After five business days you will need to contact the shipper.
- If you are home at the time of the delivery attempt, you can refuse delivery of the package.