I recently started renting and moved into a suburban house in the US where almost every day I receive other people's mail. It is addressed to one of six different past tenents for my address. For the first few weeks, I wrote "Return to Sender" on each of them and placed them back in the mailbox. I do not want to keep doing this as it feels like there should be a better way.
The mail I receive for these past tenants is a mixture of spam and seemingly important or direct mail. There have not been any packages so I am not concerned about that.
The USPS faq site has this to say about automatically refusing letters by name:
Without a specific reason to the contrary, mail sent to an address will be delivered.
Mail is delivered to residential or business addresses even if the name on the mailpiece is different than the known residents.
Is there a way I can stop delivery or automatically reject these people's mail? Or what would be an efficient way to continue to reject these letters?