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Reader Sends in More on Deceptive U.S. Federal Stimulus Package Mailer

I’ve previously written about a mailer going out that is making bold claims about debt reduction under the 2010 U.S. Federal Stimulus Package. You can see those posts here and here.

This time a reader sent in the back and the front of the mailer. And if you thought the back of the mailer was deceptive and intended to fool recipients that this is some sort of government program, just wait till you see the front.

The mailer instructs people to call 877-259-8189 and makes the same outlandish claims that the other U.S. Federal Stimulus Package mailers did.

Not only is this a duplicate of the other forms sent but it even contains the same bar code and number associated with the bar code.

Tracking down who the sender is should be relatively easy for enforcement. The mailer lists the postal permit of 1297 from zip 95813.

That was the same permit number that was used to send this other deceptive mailer.

The Front

Reader Sends in More on Deceptive U.S. Federal Stimulus Package Mailer

Notice the use of a federal looking seal and a format that makes this appear to be some sort of North Carolina targeted mailer.

The Inside

Reader Sends in More on Deceptive U.S. Federal Stimulus Package Mailer

If you would like a more detailed analysis of all the issues I had with the inside, read this article.

Reader Sends in More on Deceptive U.S. Federal Stimulus Package Mailer
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