Brushing: When Amazon packages arrive that you didn’t order

Have you ever received an Amazon package you did not order?

You have have been the victim of so-called “brushing”, whereby unscrupulous online sellers send out goods to people who did not order them, so they can leave themselves glowing reviews.

For some people, it has become a regular occurrence.

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