First of all, it was an honest accident. I'm the only adult in the household, so unless it's around one of the kids' birthdays, It's pretty safe to assume all the mail is mine. Needless to say when I get the mail, I just start opening. Today I received a letter from DCF correctly addressed to my address but the name was for my ex-friend that lived with me 3 1/2 years ago. I kicked her out when she started using, stealing (from mother in law) and selling drugs. Here's where it gets weirder. The letter was not addressing my ex-friend, but her brother. WTH? It was regarding food stamps benefits. So, it looked like this: Ex-Friend Keista's address Dear Brother, Of course, it's impossible to get to talk to a live person, especially if you don't have an account. I could file a fraud report online, but this isn't necessarily fraud. Anyone have any ideas of how this is transpiring? They are both over 50. I think he's on disability, but not sure. Last I heard she was working, but don't know if it's "on the books". I'm thinking of sending this back with a letter of apology for opening it, but could they please fix their records because neither of them live here. If it is a case of fraud, it really pisses me off. Not just because of the actual fraud, but if I needed to file for benefits and my address gets flagged as a household already getting benefits.......yeah. Not pleased.