She’s a rural Hardin County resident, a landowner here. She’s over 65 years old. She lives alone. She loves working in her pretty yard when her arthritis isn’t bothering her, so that’s where she was one recent Saturday when the mail was delivered. It came from an outfit she’d never heard of called BCP Land, LLC with an address in Frisco, Texas.

It was a “window” envelope. Her name, address and a bar code were visible through the “window.” She’d never seen a stamp like it had, featuring a white barn with an American flag on it. Tiny letters indicated the stamp was of the “USA/Presorted Standard” variety.

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