junum disputes

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Shelby, Apr 18, 2001.

  1. Shelby

    Shelby Well-Known Member

    I received in the mail today the disputes that Junum sent to the the CRAs on my behalf. They were addressed to me from my local post office. Enclosed was a letter from the postmaster that said ....Enclosed are items that you mailed to the Bothell post office. They are being returned to you per instructions of the Postal Inspection Service. They are addressed to the CRAs with our return address but then put in another envelope addressed to the postmaster at my local post office again with our return address. I have no idea what is going on....my husband thinks that maybe Junum addressed them to the postmaster in our area so that when they received them they would postmark them here and then send them on so that it looks like they were sent from here. Does that make sense....and I guess the postal inspection service thinks something odd is going on so they sent them to me....?????

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