Tip 1: How do you know from whom it was a registered letter

you come to a registered letter, and you would like to know who the sender?This can be done in several different ways, depending on whether you are expecting from some institutions letters or not.
you need
  • - mail notification;
  • - access to the Internet.
Guide
1
Learn from someone received a letter addressed to the Department of the Russian Post with the receipt you received.Sign here in the notice and the notice and will receive a letter.Look at the envelope, which should be a return address of the sender or stamp organization.
2
Try to find out who the sender, visit http://www.russianpost.ru (Russian Post), or http://www.track-trace.com (for letters which came via DHL, EMS, etc.).To do this, carefully read the notice you received and find the identification number of the letter.Enter it in the appropriate search string.However, the system for tracking postal items may not always indicate the number with precision separation where the letter was sent, so this method may not be use
ful to those who, for example, waiting for a letter from the tax office, military office or the court.
3
If the letter is addressed it to you (that is, in the notice is not flagged "on demand"), it can get for you a close relative bearing the same name and live with you.So you know who sent you the letter if you do not want to receive it in person.If, for example, your husband or your wife has a different name, it may be necessary and a marriage certificate.
4
If the postman brought to you by registered letter at home, show your passport and ask to see the letter before you sign the notice.It is possible that he will go to meet you.
5
Call the post office, introduce, dictate the number specified in the notice, your name and address and ask the operator to provide you with information about who sent you this letter.It is possible that you will get information about the sender, and in such a way.
6
Call the court, tax office, the military enlistment office and find out if they are not sent out to your address by registered mail.If the letter was sent from these institutions, you have to say about it, provided that you are a little slukavil and say that notice of such a letter had been received.

Tip 2: How to find out who wrote the letter

According to the encyclopedia, letter have symbolic speech locking system, which allows using the descriptive elements to transmit voice data at a distance.Not always, however, this information is enough, and often the question arises of how to determine the recipient of a message.
How do you know who wrote the letter
Guide
1
If you received an anonymous message, first of all examine the envelope and stamp.There are envelopes and stamps issue limited series, sold in some post offices.This information is needed to determine which area can accommodate the sender, because the purchase of this type usually occur in the near the house site.
2
Pay attention to the special label postal service.These include the stamp, which indicates the date of receiving the letter to the department and the number of the department.Practice shows that the anonymous letters are also sent to the nearest post office from the place of residence of the sender.
3
Carefully read the language of the received message.Forensic expert linguists note that the anonymous letter , written in a state of strong expression could be key to unlocking any secrets.The letter can be used dialect, special language constructs, and more.For example, the design of "I have my mother" instead of "my mother" refers to the indigenous inhabitants of the Western Urals, and the use of apostrophes in place of hard or soft signs - ukrainogovoryaschego per inhabitant of the region such as Stavropol Territory.
4
Check text on literacy.Typical grammatical errors can talk about age, social status or nationality of the author of the message.Remember that illiterate man writes like to hear, and then copies its dialect, dialect or accent.So, illiterate drilled never write the word "apelsin."
5
If the message is not printed on the printer, armed with any directory on graphology (not to be confused with graphology!) Can be carried out preventive analysis of the text, noting for himself the characteristics of handwriting.
6
analyzing all this data, you must define the area of ​​possible location of the sender.Perhaps this is one of your acquaintances or friends.
7
gather facts to help you identify the sender, "anonymous", but with the assistance of professionals you will also legally admissible evidence.
Helpful Hint
If necessary, you should use psychological techniques, sometimes called "a bucket of water."If you suspect someone is that he has sent you a letter, you tell him it's in the eye.Without giving him a chance to come up with an excuse to justify or issued to him of all charges, listing the facts obtained by you in the above paragraphs, and meaningless arguments.Often the suspect surrenders and confesses to the crime, can not stand the psychological pressure.

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