Is the email about cyanide laced deposit envelopes true — or is it an urban legend or hoax?
Cyanide Laced Deposit Envelopes
I hesitate to be an alarmist, but if anything like this happened to one of
my friends/family, I would not be able to forgive myself for not passing this along.
So, as I have been asked, please note and pass along to anyone you know. This is
a message sent to my friends and coworkers. I heard on the radio about 3:45 p.m.
on KDIA radio station of a very vicious and evil act. It seems as though some people
have nothing better to do with their lives.
A woman died recently from licking the deposit envelope at a Bank of America ATM.
It was laced with cyanide. Investigators stated that they went back to the ATM and
found 6 other envelopes in the slot. Her death was determined by an autopsy report
and of course, she became ill at the ATM. Please, I implore you to use extreme caution
when using those envelopes. The radio station advised that you should spit on the
envelope and close it. I know this sounds gross, but better gross than DEAD or keep
tape in your car and tape the envelope.
PASS THIS ON AND DO TELL AS MANY AS POSSIBLE!!!!!!!
Editors Note: This is a hoax, another urban-legend. It is not true.