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#1 Parent Silverboy - 2017-12-18
Re Americans Are Receiving Unordered Parcels From Chinese E-Criminals

Great post. I missed this. I 'd send their crappy products straight back to China at their expense or throw them straight in the rubbish bin so they end up in landfill where they belong. In the unlikely event some goon representing these scumbags turns up at the door have a vicious German Shephard or Pitt Bull Terrier waiting to tear them to pieces. OR better still have a 9 mm Glock or maybe a sawn off shotgun ready to blow their friggin brains out. I know I would not hesistake to put a bullet straight between the eyes of those criminal fuckers .

#2 Parent caring - 2017-12-07
Re Americans Are Receiving Unordered Parcels From Chinese E-Criminals

There's so much to refuse that you wouldn't have the power to "refuse" if all the Gross World Products fell on you :)

#3 Parent caring - 2017-12-07
Re Americans Are Receiving Unordered Parcels From Chinese E-Criminals

Would a mountain of merchandise that you haven't ordered be legal or illegal? I know that this isn't a "mountain" what's pointed to but one day at your door step it may be. Just imagine a truck load of dildos near your postal box.

#4 Parent Billy Rider - 2017-12-01
Re Americans Are Receiving Unordered Parcels From Chinese E-Criminals

Consumers can always refuse to receive a parcel.

#5 Parent SuperKupo - 2017-11-29
Re Americans Are Receiving Unordered Parcels From Chinese E-Criminals

What is it? Legal or illegal products? You haven't paid for it anyway right? Just accept it if you don't have to pay for delivery fees either, else refuse it and it will go straight back to China, it's that simple. Do they intend to use me to smuggle illegal items in the US? Gun and dog ready, Chinese E-criminals will be trophies on my wall if they intend to forcibly collect it back.

caring - 2017-11-28
Americans Are Receiving Unordered Parcels From Chinese E-Criminals

I don't like Alibaba's middle finger posture when it comes to the internet and his legacy of counterfeited products that've flooded markets. Anyhow, you be the judges to see how many people may have received spooky mail orders they don't know.

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