I sent a gift with a good intent to my former friend, anonymously, for his birthday with name and return address different from my credit card and its associated address. My unappeased former friend, decided to simply refuse the package by returning it and fedex automatically chargebacked my cc. When i disputed the charge with my CC company, the fedex sent me bill to my mailing address that matched my CC few weeks later. I sent package with no signature required. When I checked the status for first delivery it was simply dropped at front of his door. As for reason for using not my real address, I wanted simply to hide my identity until he'd open it hoping he would get a nice surprise. I was not sending anything illegal in the package like alcohol or explosives. Just a couple of movie and video game discs. For return address I used a fake name and real random address which I did not save or memorized so my package went to some random person. Now I got bill to take care of. its not a lot, but I think my disgruntled "friend" should get the bill unless he truly no longer lives there. He had the option to throw it in dumpster instead of returning without telling he was gonna do it and get charged for it. When i called 800 to try to find out who returned it, they did not have this information. I can't get to receiver to ask questions, he won't return my calls or sms so Im not bothering to ask him if it was really him. He is no longer my friend. What recourse do I have to this if I have any? Can I have fedex waive this charge or request through fedex that the addressee gets bill ? I sent this package without signature and naively hoped it wouldn't be refused for return.