To the law office that sent me a notice in the mail in an UNSEALED ENVELOPE:
I commend you on your complete and utter lack of diligence in ensuring the privacy rights of all those that you mail your notices to. I understand the letter you sent me; it is completely legitimate (ahh student loan and their collection agencies...I know you well...). However, I feel rather sketchy about the fact that the envelope, emblazoned with your logo and address in Toronto, was not sealed. Matter of fact, the glue is all still there; it was never moistened, never affixed, and the notice travelled along its merry little way all the way from TO to Halifax COMPLETELY OPEN. It's a "wonderful" feeling knowing that my dirty laundry was fully viewable to all those whose hands the letter went through along its journey. I'm currently contemplating contacting the Office of the Privacy Commission to seek advise on how to pursue this further. I may give you a chance to explain (and please don't give fault to an envelope sealing machine; you're lawyers, be more original)...I have much to consider. For now I have tucked the envelope away, evidence of your lack of protecting my privacy rights by doing something simple like licking an envelope. Idiots.