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- Joined: Tue Jan 10, 2012 1:02 am
- Location: Los Angeles, California
The person on the credit card statement either must have lived at where you are currently living who forgot to call their credit card issuer to change address or the statement was sent to the wrong address by mistake. Also, it is possible that both parties messed up with entering the correct information. Like here at my city, there are two identical house or street number but with different street names.
In any case, like JCarter stated, you are not permitted by law to open mailings especially those that are considered "confidential" or have sensitive information if the mailings are not addressed to your name even if same address.
Not a scam unless it is addressed in your name. People move from place to place and they sometimes forget to fill out change of address or the issuer is still processing the request from the card holder.
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