I got a letter today with one of those yellow stickers on it. What do I do?
I'm living in halls of residence, so the post is delivered in large bags and sorted at a central point on campus, before being sent out to our halls to be sorted yet again into mailboxes.
If you've got the letter then that's it?
Usually, if a letter arrives at the Royal Mail delivery office with a yellow sticker on, then they hold it and send a card with the postman to say that you have to collect it and pay the due amount. Because your university gets their mail delivered in sacks to sort themselves, then it obviously just went in with the rest - so unless someone asks you for the money, don't worry about it.
Oooh how does post at uni work?
So do you have an individual adress?