“Looks like Mr. Amazon came again today” is what you’ll hear a lot these days inside one Acton home. This couple has been getting anonymous packages sent to them once or twice a week since October! Hear from them about the creepy deliveries at 10. @boston25pic.twitter.com/T5PzuRZVPt
But they haven’t been charged for any of it, and none of the packages have return address or invoices.
“No way of knowing where these things came from. All we know is every one of them is manufactured in China,” Michael said.
Their best guess about what's happening is that it’s a popular e-commerce scam known as brushing, where items bought with a gift card are sent anonymously by someone trying to manipulate Amazon's reviews.