Beware of unsolicited packages after Amazon Prime Day — they could be part of a scam

Earlier this month, Alice Mitchell, a writer and podcast producer who lives in Los Angeles, opened an Amazon package filled with unusual items.

At first, she figured there must have been a mix-up and that her roommate had ordered something in her name by mistake. But then the packages continued to arrive. Mitchell, 46, received everything from waterproof socks to a car-cleaning kit to nipple covers — none of which she nor her roommate had ordered.

“It has inconvenienced me because each time it happens I have to call Amazon and sit on hold as they try to figure out how and why I received this package with my name and home address on it,” Mitchell said.

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