1) Have him provide you some address you can send it to: e.g. a friend, family. If he does and you do, send it some way you prove delivery and keep a record of his communication instructing you to send it to that address . Or:
2) Notify him via email that you have his refund and want to return it to him, but cannot unless he provides an address; and that you will hold it pending him providing an address. Print the email out and keep copies to prove your good-faith efforts.
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