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How to use this site

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.