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You should only be looking to return to a former employer if the position and company provide you with a satisfying short- and long-term projection. If your old boss calls you up and offers your old job back, you would be best to take what they say with a grain of salt.How do you write a return letter?
Write "Refused, Return to Sender" on the front of the unwanted envelopes. Place proper postage onto the envelopes if you have opened them. You are not responsible for paying return postage if the parcels have not been opened. Return the unwanted mail directly to the Post Office.