By Kurtis Ming

ELK GROVE (CBS13) —  An Elk Grove dad isn’t getting his mail after his son moved out and filed a change of address.

“I would like my mail to start coming back to me and get it straightened out,” said Jon Rhoades.

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Bills, packages, important documents, all forwarded to North Carolina. Rhoades said getting his mail sent out of state is more than an inconvenience.

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“I don’t want anybody else getting my personal information,” Rhoades said.

We contacted the postal service and they immediately rerouted Rhoades mail back to his correct address, but what happened?

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Turns out, the postal service has two change of address forms for personal mail. One for a family, and one for an individual. The post office said Rhoades’ son accidentally filled out the family form.