Got a question about DSR deliveries. On Thursday I had a delivery for a residence that required a signature. Let's say the address was 123 Main Street. I drive to the stop, see a mailbox for 121 Main, a blank mailbox, and then a 125 Main. Using my Rocket Science and Advanced Calculus skills, I determine that the "blank" mailbox is assumed to be my stop, 123 Main Street. I knock on the door and a man comes out. He looks at the package, I tell him it needs signature, and he signs. I say thank you and confirm the last name, and we part ways. I'm almost to the truck and he says "Hey buddy, this package doesn't belong to me." Turns out the package goes to the trailer BEHIND his house... (Why didn't you say so in the first place, BUDDY?) I take the package back, but he has already signed the PowerPad, and it doesn't let you go back and cancel the stop. At least it didn't let me, anyways, not sure if you are actually able to or not, but I couldn't figure out how. I deliver the package to the right house and tell them what has happened. They say "Oh that's ok, we know him and we know we got the package so just use his name." Ok... So I use his name and move on. Is it permitted to do this? And is there a way to "back out" of a delivery stop that has been signed for already? Sounds like a rookie question I know, but I haven't had this happen before so figured I'd ask for my enlightenment.