A lady in Ontario recently received an unexpected Amazon package with over a thousand condoms.
The woman claims she didn’t order them, but was charged for the rubbers.
But how does that happen!? …Maybe she just went through a nasty break-up?
According to CTV, cyber experts say it might be something called a “brushing scam”. Essentially, that’s when online sellers ship out unsolicited products to random people to inflate reviews artificially.
By the way, this woman did eventually get refunded but Amazon can’t take the prophylactics back and resell them… for obvious reasons.
But what does a person do with a thousand condoms?! On the bright side, she’ll probably never have to buy party balloons ever again…
Source: CTV Toronto