Where Does the Attention Line Go on an Envelope?
Last Updated Mar 30, 2020 12:06:53 AM ET
The attention line on an envelope indicates the intended recipient of a letter. The United States Postal Service shows that the attention line should always go at the top of the address instructions. It might say "John H. Doe," for instance.
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