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Mysterious Seed Packages Sent From China

Another scam

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Suspicious packages started to arrive at many homes

One night during the past summer, there was a story on the local television news about strange packages of seeds being delivered to random homes. The seeds were being sent from China. The people had not ordered them, and they were a mystery to the recipients.




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