A reader sent in a mailer they received that appears to have their name and address handwritten on the envelope.
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The envelope says it was sent from an unnamed entity at 231 S. Bemiston Ave, Suite 850 #49945, Saint Louis, MO 63105.
The mailer wants to appear to be an email from Mike Allen to Anna Smith. Mike is apparently worked into a lather that someone needs to reach out personally to this consumer. I call bullshit.
Some red flags for me are the results of searching the telephone number 866-222-2957, no company name given, and the address is unable to be confirmed as belonging to any specific entity.
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4 thoughts on “Oh Come On Now. Fake Email Tossed in Envelope Offers Debt Relief Help.”
Got this letter today. Differences being, Anna Smith instead of just Anna, as well as the phone number being 844-200-5446. When the number is searched, the first result is to a Mike Allen’s Facebook page. I checked it out, interesting guy lol https://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Allen/100011285710777
Received this same letter today but with a different phone number now. When I researched the number it’s some law firm in Cincinnati Ohio. The Law Firm of Mike Allen…..
I also got the same exact letter today with no company name. I knew it was a scam but out of curiosity I wanted to see if I could find the company name online. Thanks for the confirmation
I got this very same letter today. I figured it was a scam given that there is no mention what-so-ever of the company who sent it, and researching the return address gave me a ‘virtual address’ company’s website.
Thanks for the confirmation.