A Fundamental Flaw In Government Policy
Once upon a time, several years ago, I discovered a fundamental flaw in the policy of the United States Postal Service return-to-sender policy. Recently though, I took it one step further and discovered something amazing.
The scam goes as follows: place a letter in a USPS mailbox, but instead of placing the destination address in the center of the letter, place it in the return address space.
The center of the letter can contain any address; in fact, it doesn’t even need to be a properly formatted address, as you can see in the picture.
Now, you don’t need to apply any postage and the letter will be delivered to the Return Address, due to insufficient postage.
I think this constitutes fraud…