#1
i just finished working in a mail room as a summer job and i noticed a lot of letters marked return to sender. it got me wondering if you could mail a letter for free by putting the recipients address as the senders address and vice-versa and then not putting a stamp. i know its a really cheap thing to do but im just curious if it works. has anyone tried this or knows someone that has? how'd it work out?
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#3
That's clever. I like it.
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#4
It only works if you're sending the letter to the same place you sent it from. If you send it to a different state with the address in a different state it doesn't work.
#5
i get free postage through hotmail...
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#6
Yes you can. I figured that out through a book when I was about 9-10. The book was called "How to Cheat a Lie Detector and Other Things You're Not Supposed to Know"
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