Apparently it can be *both* for scams and legit shipments…
1) Received a small e-packet from USPS without the foggiest idea of what it was or where it was ordered…
2) The label had a China Post tracking number which had it originating from Chengdu…and a USPS confirmation email had an alternative tracking number showing that it also passed through New York with a reference to “RAPID ENTERPRISES INC/ STAMPS NEW YORK, NY”
3) The contents of the parcel was a generic, nylon-braided “3 in 1 data cable”, which is cool I guess, but I still didn’t understand why I received it.
4) Remembered that I was offered a free gift a couple weeks back for writing a review of a mobile phone screen protector I ordered on Amazon.
For this particular China Post/Rapid Enterprises shipment, the screen protector brand is “UniqueMe”, and their gift handling was done by “[email protected]”
Hope this helps future searchers trying to figure out what the heck they just got mailed.
I received a tracking number from the same “Sender”.
Checked the tracking number. Turns out it’s makeup I ordered off of Ebay.
I just received a notice from this company that it would be delivered today! I order so much online that I wasn’t sure what it was! Interesting!
I received a notification as well, however mine is from Prospect, CN. The tracking number does not match anything I have ordered.
They are a seller of, or fulfillment house for, products sold on Amazon but not shipped from Amazon.