Have you received anything weird in the mail that you didn't order, like seeds, a pair of socks, or masks? You aren't the only one!
Apparently it's a scam called "brushing" where con artists find your name online, and order something, say, from Amazon and have it sent to you. Then they use your name and write a review for the product.
Experts say you shouldn't be too alarmed that you’ve been hacked or your identity has been stolen, but it's always a good idea to monitor your credit cards and bank information.
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Link via Whitehouse Police Department in Ohio
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