You’ve heard of ‘Who Called Me’ websites for looking up telephone numbers?
Welcome to ‘Who Wrote Me’ for looking up business envelopes!
Use the details on the outside of the envelope to discover what might be inside.
Handy if you’d like to know what some post could be about without being able to open it.
Because you do realise that opening post in somebody else’s name, even where you might now own the property, might considered an offence under the Postal Services Act, and I quote: “(3)A person commits an offence if, intending to act to a person’s detriment and without reasonable excuse, he opens a postal packet which he knows or reasonably suspects has been incorrectly delivered to him“, not to mention Data Protection [GDPR] implications.
So, no more holding it up to the light. No more steaming it open. No more looking through the address window.
Suspicious parent or family member? Nosy neighbour? Private Investigator? Researcher? Whatever your purpose, this may just be a handy resource for you.
Envelope details are contained in ‘posts’ – one envelope description per post.
Browse the list of posts below, or search for a keyword using the Search feature at the footer of the page.
Keyword searches may be a part of an envelope return address, printed code, or other text from the envelope.
Who am I? How can you contact me? See the ‘Who Are We’ section under the menu.
Unfortunately some submissions don’t quite make the cut due to quality or lack of detail. Can you help to complete them? Comment below if you have more detail on the below items….
03/04/20 – PO Box 187 Havant PO9 5TL – UK Mail – Small window envelope: Thanks for the extra detail today – I’ve now added this as a full entry. Just need to improve it with some envelope details…
25/01/20 – PO Box 140 Normanton WF6 1YA – UK Mail – Finance related: Thanks for trying, but you need to tell us the Sender.
16/01/20 – PO Box 10565 51 Saffron Road – “Important confirmation of set-up”: Thanks for trying, but we need to know the Sender. I do have an entry for this road address but different PO Box. Possibly this is Barclaycard?!
08/01/20 – Jarow NE32 9AN – Brown with window, code on back is ANN/BT/SU0917: Thanks for this one, but just need a bit more clarification on Sender and Contents.
16/09/19 – PO Box 4501 Radstock UK BA3 9A – Thanks for trying, however when submitting new entries, you/we need to know the Sender and Contents in order to create a useful post to help others that don’t know
29/08/19 – PO Box 16764 Birmingham B2 2NL – Thanks for this but we need to know the Sender and Envelope Description to make the submission useful for others.
[This is a great submission – many thanks! But I believe I’ve had this address before – an entry dated 14 March 2019, but with a different Sender Interesting to see a Solicitors Firm operating with a PO Box – is this typical practice? Maybe the owner/operator of the PO Box is some kind of shared service on behalf of multiple small businesses? Also taking this moment to acknowledge another recent submissions , “LBG PO Box 204”, but without Sender details it’s no good. Remember – this site needs to know the Sender and Contents of the envelope to aid other people that do not know, so without these details, the submission is meaningless – sorry!]
Carrier: Royal Mail
Envelope Detail: Front: Delivered by Royal Mail C9 10087, Private & Confidential; Back: Return Address: PO Box 123, Burton on Trent, DE14 2XE
[Wow, excellent submission – many thanks! Grrrr, I sure do hate Parking Eye. I appreciate that they serve a need, but often the implementation and execution of their service makes my blood boil. To acknowledge that I’ve had other submissions over the past few weeks that I’ve not posted here on the site – sorry but they lack the envelope detail that this site aims to provide. Please use the below as an example of what I’m looking for]
Carrier: Royal Mail
Envelope Detail: White C5 Window
Front: above window DO NOT IGNORE – THIS IS NOT A CIRCULAR
Right of window; long narrow barcode (no numbers)
Top right; Royal Mail logo C9 10002
Back: Top, centred; If undelivered please redirect mail to: Return Address PO Box 117, BLYTH, NE24 9EJ
Top right; OUT-CPE-P6-0419
Front: Window; top right, logo docmail; logo Royal Mail, codeC9100034
bottom centre; code 49 8308i P64 377 ZONE D barcoded
Reverse: top centre; return address; bottom right corner, code E0006V8
Primary Care Plus;
Government / Public Services [Healthcare]
Nature of contents:
GP referral Mental Health; Blood pressure request; Flu jab; Results of blood test
Front: Top left; PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL
Top right; Royal Mail logo, coded C910009
Reverse: Top center; Return Address (Please DO NOT use for correspondence
Bottom left; SCBAR52 (02.16)
Bottom center; The mill producing this paper supports sustainable forestation
Nature of contents:
Barclayloan Plus Arrears Notice
[More great entries! PS. According to Google Analytics, for the last 28 days, there were over 16,000 visitors to this site – how fantastic is that! – Admin]
White standard office envelope (9″ x 4″)
front: STRICTLY PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL above window.
top right Whistl, then (logo) Royal Mail code C9 10002.
reverse: return address, top right: code 7825
[Wow, thank you for this submission! And such super detail on the envelope! It’s been so long since I’ve had one. Regardless, this website still attracts over 10k visitors per month, so it must be useful. Interesting events over the last couple months – a China based company contacted me to try to claim rights to the ‘whowroteme.com’ domain. But as we know, it’s first come first serve, so I’m keeping it. Anyway, thank you to all my visitors to this site, and wishing you a festive season]
white C5; front… PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL above window
top right-hand corner (logos) MiPost Advanced and Royal Mail with code C9 10046
lower middle… P37 00643 377 followed by barcode
reverse… recycle logo … Return Address
top right-hand corner Code… FLM / C5-DSA/0617