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Understanding the Bizarre Scam:
A strange scam is emerging, where people unexpectedly receive items they didn't order, such as low-value goods. Numerous reports of such incidents have surfaced on SafelyHQ.com and within this subreddit.

Initial Theories:
Initially, it was thought to be a "brushing" scam, where phony reviews are created to enhance a seller's online presence. However, we're not convinced this fully explains the situation.

Our Investigative Approach:
To understand the underlying mechanics, we scrutinized over 4,000 reported cases. We've included a chart* below to illustrate some of our findings.

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The pet industry's growth has been substantial, marked by an increasing demand for premium products that promote the health and wellness of pets. However, the challenge remains in upholding high safety standards across all offerings. SafelyHQ has taken a proactive approach in this regard, employing crowdsourced risk monitoring to identify hazards in the pet treat sector. A recent article in the New York Post has drawn attention to these efforts.

DreamBone, a dog chew product line from Spectrum Brands Holdings, a major conglomerate valued at $3 billion, has been linked to serious illnesses and even deaths in pets. SafelyHQ has become an essential platform for documenting these incidents, playing a pivotal role in bringing this worrying trend to light.

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Reports of a series of strange occurrences have surfaced across the U.S., involving the receipt of unsolicited, empty parcels by numerous citizens. These events have sparked concerns about the safety of personal data and potential manipulative practices linked to Amazon's external vendors. SafelyHQ, a consumer advocacy group, has taken the initiative to track and analyze this developing situation, garnering attention from the New York Post in their reporting here.

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In today's dynamic environment, the flow of commodities, services, and data is crucial. However, what transpires when this flow is interrupted on a massive scale? A 2021 New York Post publication highlighted a critical problem within the United States Postal Service (USPS), impacting both businesses and individual customers. At the center of this crisis stood SafelyHQ, our platform, demonstrating the effectiveness of community-driven risk identification in a timely manner.

As reported by the NY Post, the USPS's large sorting facility in Teterboro, NJ, faced severe delays and loss of parcels. These delays, a result of budget reduction strategies by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and further exacerbated by Hurricane Ida's damage, caused considerable operational difficulties. Both consumers and businesses experienced aggravation, with solutions appearing elusive. It was in this context that our platform's capabilities became evident.

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We analyzed, and categorized the Covid-19 vaccine reports we have received so far, and we created a special report comparing Pfizer vs Moderna.

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