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I received a snail mail from a pension company. The envelope was empty, probably because it wasn't sealed properly .. or so I thought... I rang the sender to get the letter re-posted.

The company would not resend the letter without a national insurance number.

It seems a little odd that they can't trace a letter using a name address and postcode, even though they already sent it!! What if this was a spam complaint under the data protection act?

.... The sender seems genuine. It could simply be an awful database. But it could also be a good phishing game. Sending empty envelopes is brilliant. Not everyone would throw it away. A percentage would be curious and investigate. All laws are covered when the customer releases personal info of thier own accord so some people would get caught.

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What's the name of the Pensions company that sent it ?

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