So, I got a package in the mail, which I didn't order. Opening it, I found what was claimed to be a gift from a person I don't know. The items were supposed to be gifts for "new mothers". I am a gay man.
There are instructions on how to return the items using my Amazon account. They want to to either use the Amazon app, which I don't use or I can use a website which isn't an Amazon website. I think the idea is to get people to log in with their Amazon accounts to get the logon email and password for the account.
The items themselves are probably worth less that $12.
I suspect this is a con to charge $1,000's on an unsuspecting person's account or to get the credit card information off of the account once they have the email and password. So, I am posting this as a warning to not return "gifts" which from people you do not know.
olDATE: I now ived an email asking if the saying the package arrived. Providing a link if I want to return the item. I think my original thoughts that they are trying to get my Amazon log on information is correct. They either intend to charge up lots of items, steal my credit card info or both.
I've decided to hold onto the items, until I am sure I am not being billed for anything, at which time I will probably donate them.
I have received items twice in the mail that did not belong to me. One was a frilly party dress for a size zero and I was concerned that some little girl was not going to have her party dress in time for the party. My efforts to find out the true owner were frustrating and fruitless. I will not bother next time. If there had been a note about returning it, I would have acted quite differently. I am sure your package was the result of a scam.