I recieved an unsolicited envelope in the mail.
This "Jean Mars" charactor claims to be some sort of psychic/magi/guru/Numerologist/Astrologer. (yeah, all that, heh)
Enclosed was a 5 page letter talking about how my birthday "jumped off the charts" along with the date of 29 November. It goes on and on promising wealth, romance, etc.
The last page is a form meant to be filled out and returned along with a $19.95 "donation" prior to 29 November.
He even promises to pay you back the 19.95 if you send it.
Anyway, The form then asks for your full birthdate, Time, and Location (remember, the letter previously stated my birthday "jumped off the charts" at him, so why would he need to ask me for it?)
As if this wasn't enough to hip you to the attempted fraud it goes on and there is a place for you to conveniently use your credit card as a means of sending the 19.95 "donation"
The thing that frightens me is this clown used my full name and street address. And it isn't an easy one to spell properly!
I have never subscribed to anything even remotely related to psychics, magis, Gurus etc. (I do not believe in that sort of rubbish)
In fact, I shred everything that I choose to throw away if it has my name printed on it. I would like to know how he got my information.
I wont be shredding this though, I'm going to turn it over to the state fraud investigators.
I want to warn the masses. People who believe in psychics etc might believe this obvious fraud.
I did some google searching and found out this guy has been all over Europe and left a trail.