Categories Home life Sinister letter Post date Thu 5 August 2010 10 Comments on Sinister letter This letter arrived in the mail. It’s going back Return To Sender. But note the rather ominous text on the envelope. Debt collectors? Overdue medical test? What could it be? (No cheating/Googling now.) Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit Tags mail (snail) 10 Comments on Sinister letter By Daniel Bowen Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek. Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia. Opinions on this blog are all mine. View Archive → ← Why I prefer Twitter to Facebook → Unusual sights in Footscray Park 10 replies on “Sinister letter” The green envelop is a little too friendly for it to be anything too scary. Oops my browser slipped and I know what it’s for. It’s is something that most Australian’s ignore. Mostly because it’s all bad news since the GFC. Almost looks like BP’s color scheme? It’s a green envelope so I assume it has something to do with the environment or money. A charity? Is it an appeal for cash for homelessness or something similar? Superannuation? Insurance? no – ignoring it WILL make it go away. I think I agree with Michael – a charity. Your colon cancer test kit ? I gave up and googled. A bit of dissonance between the image of the organisation and the envelope. Obviously some marketing at play here. P.S. Don’t forget Gruen Nation tonight. @OzSoapBox, green can mean anything! It’s the cool and hip corporate colour of the 21st century! http://www.danielbowen.com/2006/06/30/lime-green/ @Adrian cheated, but @Kathy got it. Google found this: …it appears PO Box 220 is CARE Super. Too late, but I was going to say bowel cancer test kit. Hunger Alcoholism The fuzz growing on the vegemite. Your new tax reporting responsibility. Comments are closed.