As someone who lived around the corner from Mystery and went out with him a lot in the period before Project Hollywood, and who later worked for him for about 2 years, I think I’m qualified to take a stab at this letter’s authenticity. You can see the full letter here, but I quote most of it below.
Several points of your article are in err.
Are in err? Is that a real word? If the sentence above is grammatically correct, it’s probably not Mystery. If the sentence above is smart-sounding pseudoenglish, then it just might be Mystery. +/- 0 points for Mystery authorship.
1. The mother is not, nor has she ever been, a stripper. She has been in Maxim UK tho. I continue to offer monthly seminars on picking up hired guns which include exotic dancers (and Maxim models).
The letter includes a plug for Mystery’s products in a private email. +1 for Mystery authorship.
2. My daughter is not yet 3, to speak of her getting sarged is in bad taste, hell it puts a shit taste in my mouth. Her continued privacy (safety) is my priority. Please refrain from playing with shit.
The last line here is a interesting reframe that is distinctive of Mystery. +1 for Mystery authorship.
4. My hair is gorgeous!
Mystery is a bit too cool to say stuff like that. -1 for Mystery authorship.
6. Matador’s hair: yeah he’s had work done: he highly recommends the technology to those students who would benefit from it. Saying wig? Looks like someone wants his face punched in by a man bigger, stronger, and with more wealth than you.
So Matador has hair plugs? Awesome. Tooling Matador and in the same paragraph treating him like his personal attack dog: +1 Mystery authorship.
Successful risk taker: I may take risks with my career (notice the operative word: successful), but never with my daughter. She is safe and happy. Where did you come up with your conclusions?! Nail fungus? Deadbeat dad?
Hey! This is my material, not Mystery’s. I wrote in 2007 that being a Successful Risk Taker was an attraction switch. As far as I know, Mystery doesn’t teach that. -3 for Mystery authorship.
All this aside, pleasure to meet another person interested in the PUA. Mystery.
Lol… +1 for Mystery authorship.
Finally – the fact that the letter is well composed, long, and purported to be written on an iPhone. -3 for Mystery authorship.
Total – 3 points AGAINST the likelihood that this was actually written by Mystery. My guess is this is a sophisticated Mystery fanclone.