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March 1st, 2006, 10:22 AM #1Anyone else get mail addressed to Eric Verzuh?
I started receiving snail mail addressed to this name at one of my domains @ my PO Box, and now the same name to ANOTHER domain and my home address... I can only think it's somehow tied to an affiliate list, but I can't figure it out.
Perhaps I should take this credit card offer
Anyone think I should be worried?
March 1st, 2006, 10:41 AM #2
I haven't received any. If you Google the name, you'll find that he's an author. I wouldn't be surprised if he's an affiliate. It could be that some company mixed up some addresses.
I would contact the people who sent you the mail and try to find out where they got the name and your address. That might help you track it down.
This type of stuff happens from time to time. I had a local insurance salesman transpose two digits on the phone number on her business card and I ended up getting all her calls on my business line. I got about half a dozen calls from another situation where some company signed up for a toll free number and had it directed to my home number (apparently by mistake). I've had several people with names similar to mine sign up for accounts (including at eBay) using my Yahoo email address.
March 2nd, 2006, 09:39 AM #3
yeah, I figured the first batch at the PO Box was just a database glitch, but after this most recent item, it seems less likely.
I thought of contacting the credit card company, but don't hold out much hope there... we have been receiving bank statements for a previous owner of our house for a long time.... returning the mail didn't stop them coming, and calling the bank didn't help, they weren't interested.... go figure!
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