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    ABW Veteran Mr. Sal's Avatar
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    Today when I got my check, the envelope was totaly open, not sealed.

    The reason I ask is because my last 3 checks had arrived at my PO Box the same way, it don't look like anyone had unsealed the envelope to look inside but they look like CJ. don't wet the glue before mailing it.

    I know they have to many envelopes to lick everymonth so I wander if the auto lick machine my had run out of water and other affiliates received their check envelope unglued too.

    I'm just curious today about the open envelope. (Anyways I'm going direct deposit by next month.)

    Sal.

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    affiliate emeritus missdonna's Avatar
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    Maybe they had Linkshare do the mailing for them. I've been getting unsealed checks from Linkshare for a long time.

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    ABW Ambassador Vrindavan's Avatar
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    Dry or Wet ?

    Think about your check's fromt side stick with the envelope.

    Use Direct Deposit or MoneyBookers.

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