Keep Wall Street Occupied (Part 1)





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Published on Oct 27, 2011

A fast, easy, free, and non-violent way to drive the big banks out of their greedy little minds is sitting in your mailbox right now. You just don't know it yet.

Comments • 2,720

Donna Brooks
"Being immoral doesn't mean you're infertile."  LOL!!!
Mr. Grey
The shim/shingle is a great idea. Stupid people tape the brm to a box of something heavy and that doesn't work. They changed the rules back in the 90's so the account is only for a certain type of mail. If it isn't for parcels, which it won't be, the box just gets thrown out at the post office and they can send you a bill or even charge you with mail fraud (which is a FEDERAL crime)
MeGusta GameStation
and then imagine when they start using the wood to recycle and make money off of that too or build a new branch off of just all the wood they got. They might make to much as to go as far to make a wood processing company if they get THAT much wood.
dlanor epmart
Most of those envelopes now have a little statement on them saying that tampering with this envelope will cause prosecution or something like that. I don't know if that would hold up in court. They mailed something to you that you didn't ask for. You are just doing the same thing.
dlanor epmart
Don't put anything into the envelope with your name on it like he did. Just find a bunch of papers without any id on them and put them in there. Cut the customer locator code off with an exacto or something like it.
Jason Sell
Still, the replymail must be pay for, and it is taking more time from those doing the sort/file/enter. Even if it takes 1 second to notice they just received junk mail, that 1 second will pile up and end up causing those workers to be paid increasingly for NOT doing the primary job function. 
Troy Dulude
I love this! 
Donna Brooks
Customer locator code? Ooooo, I'm scared! Dude, they already know where you are. That's who they mailed something to you in the first place!! Your post sounds like an attempt to discourage people from doing this. I have mixed feelings about the effectiveness of this, but not because they have some tracking code on the envelope! If I'm putting the stuff inside it, my name and address is right there anyway, if they bother to look.
Well, OWS certainly accomplished a whole lot...
Unfortunately, this fellow is a bit uniformed. Business reply mail from banks/credit cards is handled by third-party contractors in the direct marketing business, not bankers. Foreclosure or any other departments of banking offices are not going to lose manpower because of a sudden rise in mail. The people who actually open the mail sort/file/enter legitimate filled-out applications. Anything else goes in the garbage. 
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