Yes, I've gotten two. The first one, I responded back with no money knowing it was a scam but was curious has to what they would do next. People, we have to remember that we are at "WAR". The people we are at WAR with need money and it doesn't matter where they get it from or who they hurt. I would strongly recommend that we remain wise, be very suspicious of mail/emails, be vigilantly and take notes. People general behavioral habits are predictable and a pattern is established. Law enforcements call it "Profiling" and they need all the help they can get so, take notes, dates, etc. Get to know which agency is responsible types of investigations and at what levels is important. Time is always an important element of an investigation. More people like these will continue to escape unless we (the general public get involved in the process. Remember, they may have a P.O. Box in Kansas but the source may come from any country. Posting manpower at the post office will probably not work. The post office will most of the time forward the mail to another post office box and so on. We have to help the law enforcement agencies, to protect us. The United States is under attack!
From a Concern, Former Federal Officer and Military Veteran