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When the wrapper prints, there is a request ID under the sender's name. What is it used for or its purpose? Just naturally curious. Inquiring minds (like mine) want to know.
One use of the request ID is for those who use the PBS office in Georgia as their return address -- if the package somehow gets returned to "sender" (sent to the PBS office), they can use the ID to figure out the transaction, etc.
It is also a unique identifier for the transaction, so if you need to communicate with R&R, you can say it is about "Transaction 12345" rather than "The paperback version of Cat in the Hat which I sent to Joe Smith in Chicago", etc.