Or sneaky marketing, depending upon how you look at it. Some others may have seen this already. I received a small envelope in the post, smaller then normal business size in plain cheap looking paper. It had a second class stamp on it, and the envelope was apparently hand addressed. Inside was apparently a folded piece torn from a newspaper, with a post it note that had an apparently hand written note, addressed to my first name, saying "I saw this and thought of you. This guy is brilliant. Have a look at his website" and it was signed as from "J". The piece from the newspaper was titled "The Rebel Business Owners Defying the Economy to Become Millionaires". On reading the article it was about a Six CD Set "Essential Profit Strategies" for sale at £295, with a link to a website. I'm sure you've guessed it by now. The "handwritten" envelope and post it note were printed, but printed in a blue ink coloured script, that even bled a little around the text, so that it looked as if it was written using a fountain pen. The "newspaper" was an article written by the seller, printed so as to look exactly like a newspaper, on the right paper, actually torn down one edge to look as if it had been ripped out, and folded quite a few times to look as if it had been done by hand. I've got to take my hat off to him, the attention to detail was very impressive. However, it still leaves a bit of a bad taste, so I won't give him a link to his website!