I know someone that got a hand-written letter in blue ink that says:
My name is David, my wife is Jennifer. We would like to buy your house at (address). Please call me @ 408-772-0507.
My friend thought this was strange and did a Google search for 408-772-0507 and came across this page on David Jan. Several other people report getting similar notes. They speculate that it’s a property flipper looking for cheap houses without having to compete against other house buyers, because 4-5 other people mention that they’ve gotten these hand-written letters as well.
One difference is that the other earlier letter refers to “my assistant Jennifer” instead of “my wife Jennifer.” Did David Jan marry his assistant? Or maybe his wife is his assistant?
I like that Google can help with stuff like this. Someone gets a handwritten letter in the mail that sounds like a personal offer, but a quick search uncovers that this David Jan fellow has probably sent a bunch of these letters.