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Ever receive a package you didn't order? It could be a scam

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Ever receive a package you didn't order? It could be a scam

Ever receive a package you didn't order? It could be a scam

Third-party sellers on Amazon and other e-commerce sites are sending random products to people across the US as part of what’s known as a “brushing scam” – a bizarre scheme that helps boost a vendors’ ratings online.

Here’s how it works.


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