Realtor post card in my mailbox w/o postage
I found a postcard in my mailbox, that did not have a U.S. Postage stamp affixed to it. It arrived today, 11/12/12, which is Veteran's Day, and there was no US Mail service today. I contacted my next door neighbor and he told me he also recieved the same card. I'm sure he strategically picked Veteran's Day to do this to minimize the chances a postal carrier would see this. This is a card from a realtor who is claiming they have an approved buyer for my house (even though it is not for sale).
I think this is a very sleazy way to conduct business. Tampering with my mailbox is not appreciated, and defrauding the USPS from postage due is pretty shameful. My subdivision contains 70 houses, I am sure he hit every one of our houses, and I can guess he also canvassed other subdivisions. I would not be surprised if he did this to at least 300-500 houses.
I totally realize their are bigger things to worry about in life than this - but who else finds this very sleazy? Who thinks I should contact the USPS and rat him out?