Just received my first ever phishing attempt via direct mail! With a second class stamp on it:) The only means of contact are a ymail address and two Chinese telephone numbers, one of which is a fax line.
The funny thing is if I had received this letter ten years ago I might not have been so certain it was a scam but because it is such a common feature of email spam nowadays I know to just bin it. I wonder what he return on investment is – we are talking an envelope, a sheet of A4 paper, some ink and a stamp. It’s a lot more expensive to do it this way than to send out millions of emails.
I’m not going to reveal anymore details though. The writer has asked me to keep this totally confidential:)
PS the header photo was taken at dawn on the breakwater at Peel in the Isle of Man. Regular readers will know that I am the Mayor of Peel breakwater.