How to send a free mail without a stamp

@xelissa (777)
New Zealand
February 9, 2007 1:07am CST
Write your name and address in front as to receive the letter and write who you want to send it to as the sender, and if they see there's no stamp, they'll send it back to the sender! What do you think about this? I think its quite cheapskates way lol
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@Modestah (11192)
• United States
2 May 08
I have no problems with people trying to save a bit here and there but to lie, cheat or steal I do have a problem with. This practice is lying, cheating and stealing all three! I do not know about where you live but in the USA it would be a federal crime to commit mail fraud and certainly a 41 cent stamp is better than a prison record.
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@Anakata2007 (1787)
• Canada
18 Feb 07
Wow! That's a great idea! IO'm curious to try it, but a stamp isnt that expensive anyways.
@xelissa (777)
• New Zealand
19 Feb 07
Its not the expensive part, its the running to shops to get it part, when I realise suddenly I forgot to mail a friend in the middle of the night and all the shops are closed or when I have to wake up early to get a stamp and post something
@rhane7315 (5673)
• Philippines
2 May 08
haha lol what a nice trick you got there
@chertsy (3804)
• United States
2 May 08
I'm guessing a lot of people do this, because the price of stamps keeps going up. I think it's cheating and stealing, because your not paying for the stamp. Honestly, the family member would feel like they are not worth the effort to put a stamp on the envelop. If these cheapskates keep doing it, the postal workers will catch on and messing with the mail is a federal crime. A book of stamps is what around 9 bucks, a lot cheaper than 5-10 in a federal prison.
@glamgrl (384)
• Ireland
5 May 07
@elisa812 (3033)
• United States
5 May 07
Haha that is pretty funny! I don't think I would do it cause I'd be too afraid of getting caught, but that is a pretty clever idea! I've never thought of doing that before. :)