14 thoughts on “Mail To The Dead.”

  1. πŸ˜€ You better figure that out quick Ramana-athan. lest you continue to hear LATE Shri K Rajgopaul lament about what an irresponsible, wayward son you are…..

  2. Ok, I know the name of the company. πŸ˜‰

    Very irresponsible of the company to send such mail… but in the age of technology this is happening. That is why I wrote on my LinkedIn recently – in Technology world, more people (and intelligent master) would be needed to control the Technology… also this – With so many auto mails & technology… human intervention would be more prominent – in the name of – “Preferred and Relevant” services

    Take care uncleji.
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    1. Pravin, I have edited your comment to remove the name of the company, The least that I could do to save them some more embarrassment.

      I better take care indeed, lest the old codger come to claim his superannuation benefits. Thank you for that advise.

  3. Hi Rummy,

    I may have gotten this wrong but…didn’t the address label indicate that the recipient was “Late Shri K Rajgopaul”? I don’t understand how they can send a letter and a handbook on superannuation benefits to a deceased person.
    Now that I think of it, I remember that for quite some while Portugal was paying pensions to deceased people (of course, their families were benefiting and waited until the state realised its mistake).
    Countries, around the world, are becoming more and more similar. Soon, we might be talking the same language…

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  4. Yes, truly the most amusing thing is that “Late” has been added to the address but that this evidently didn’t eliminate it from the mailing list; it just changed the alphabetical order. Perhaps the old trick I heard re bulk mail. Stuff everything in the return envelope (in this case, highlighting the “late”) and return it all to sender.
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