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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

An open letter to Tracy

About 6 years ago, I started receiving your mail, all of it addressed to Tracy Spring. It seems you had a large student loan you'd forgotten to pay. 

Not too long after I started collecting your junk mail, I moved. I notified all the creditors and attorneys seeking your business that I didn't know who you were, and that you certainly didn't live with me, then moved to another town. They asked me to verify my DOB and social security number. It went so far as me sending them copies of PROOF of who I was! 

Still, your mail followed me.  But I see somewhere along the line your name has changed, and you're now "Tracy Sturdivant". Did you know you have an unpaid cell phone bill in the amount of $930? I know because I called the company on the envelope to tell them I don't know you, nor do you live here. They don't believe me! They asked me to open the bill. (the phone call was even recorded for my protection.) and there was the amount. Wow, you can rack up those bills!

To Midland Credit Management: Really, I have no clue who this person is. I've never met him/her, and am really tired of getting his/her mail. Between my boys who still have all their stuff sent here and this Tracy chick, I've about had it! 


3 comments:

Tamara said...

How annoying! Did you try calling her cell phone? :-)

Courtney said...

I don't know WHAT the USPS...or whoever does...but my MIL's mail started going to my PARENTS house...randomly! He insurance papers....onstar papers...etc...all just randomly started going to their house! She has told them...my parents have RTS the envelope....nothing....how ANNOYING!!!!!

Kristen said...

Simply write RETURN TO SENDER on the envelope with the note of WRONG ADDRESS and they should not send it to you anymore.