To: null and void
I havent put a return address on an envelope since I found out about closed cover monitoring in the 1970s.
If it is tax deductible, yes. Otherwise, no. If anything, put the address you are sending the mail to in the return spot, in case the handling equipment shucks the stamps off (has happened to me numerous times).
posted on 07/03/2013 11:47:47 AM PDT
by Smokin' Joe
(How often God must weep at humans' folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing)
To: Smokin' Joe
If anything, put the address you are sending the mail to in the return spot,
Ahhhh....the old Free Franking Privileges scam. Put the recipient's address in the Return Address spot, put yours in the "to" spot, throw it in the mail with no postage and it gets "returned" to your recipient. I believe that one originated with Abby Hoffman in Steal This Book
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