To anyone who got mail from this address:
It's very clearly a scammer. Read the comments. It's not just insurance marketing, if you check the website of the insurance company they're posing as you'll see the contact information differs from your letter.
Scammers are the scum of the earth, don't let them get away with this kind of stuff. You might not have fallen victim to the scam, but someone else did.
Let the local police and post office know.
West Deptford PD: (856) 845-2300
Thorofare Post Office: (856) 848-0320
I don't understand why people are freaking out. It's just insurance marketing. They get your (or previous tenants') mailing address through dealerships, banks, auto manufacturers. They're marketing insurance products for vehicles and homes. As others have said, I just chuck it in the recycling bin. It is so wasteful in so many different ways. We're wasting time, money, and trees on a very inefficient marketing channel. Clearly people don't want or trust these. For many, they're not even targeted/addressed to the right people. Our premiums go up to finance wasteful spending like this. If you don't want to receive these (maybe one day in the distant future), contact the parties I mentioned above and ask them to stop sharing your info.
Has anyone who complained on here about PO Box 69 in New Jersey told the postmaster of that town about this? If the person sending this stuff is committing fraud, the USPS can have them arrested. They'd get into a world of burtin'
Same here. 2 letters from PO box 69, Deptford, NJ. One name has not been used in 13 years. I am assuming they are a spam mailing, and will return to sender.
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Got more mail for Wendy Langner from this address and many other companies. This woman has been deceased for over 30 years, and owned our house in the 80's before we purchased it. Someone out there is using her name to commit fraud!
Someone that has a PO Box 69 West Deptford NJ has sent me mail from the University Of Illinois Auto Insurance using the name Nicole L. Bond. The returned envelope will say I have never seen or heard of this person or company. Return to sender. Whomever is doing this is committing fraud. There have been other packages sent from UPS tracking #: eVs 9200 1901 0478 2275 7602 33 from Mercantile Drive Bldg # 17 Fort Worth TX 76190. That address is associated with a Verizon Wireless Warehouse and I have spoken with member service representative Eric whom transferred me to fraud who that representative and when answering the call said she was in college said her name was Kate whom provided me a fraud reference number 185288677. I've never seen nor heard of either of these people. The other alias that are being used to send me envelopes are Alicia Hardman, Austin Hardman, Hunter Hardman, Nicole Deerfield, Praveen Gunaseelan, Alicia Mathis, Alicia E. Mathis, Leslie R. Ellis, Wallace Coffin and JoAnn Faulkner. If someone using these names is trying to open accounts or use my mailing address they are committing fraud.
I just got a mailing from this address. Window envelope. No name with the address. I suspected it immediately because my name was mangled. I also am typically suspicious of return addresses w/o a name; rarely are these important plastic cards I use, and the omission is for security. In cases like this, it's to entice the victim to open the envelope. I'm just making it unopened, RETURN TO SENDER.