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Here’s Why China Has Been Sending Mysterious Seeds in the Mail

According to the BBB, the mysterious Chinese seed deliveries are part a brushing scam is aimed at getting fake positive reviews onto platforms like Amazon and eBay. Fake reviews mean consumers are more likely to buy something and that means scammers make more money. Once there’s proof an item was shipped, the scammer can use your information to write a glowing review for whatever product they’re selling.