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    EVER wondered where lost packages end up? One stay-at-home mother buys unclaimed packages and resells her finds. 5Ashley found Stella McCartney espadrilles, among other designer findsCredit: YouTube/Hustle at Home Mom 5She found a pair of YZY slidesCredit: YouTube/Hustle at Home Mom Ashley is an eBayer, YouTuber, and mother who goes by the username "Hustle at Home Mom." She purchased a pallet box containing 75 unclaimed packages, with the help of her cousin David, and hauled the mammoth box to her car. Upon arriving home to examine the goods in the $2300 box, she recruited her husband, T.J., to help her appraise the finds. Ashley and T.J. valued most of her haul under $200, however some pieces blew them away. READ MORE LOST PACKAGESTRASH OR TREASURE I spent $1,200 on lost mail packages & TRIPLED my moneyPURCHASE PRICE I bought lost Amazon packages & bagged goods worth DOUBLE what I paid Ashley pulled out a pair of Stella McCartney espadrille shoes, valued at around $600 retail. She estimated the resell price to be between 400 and 500 dollars. "I...
    AN INFLUENCER ordered a palette of lost mail packages for $1.2k and unboxed it revealing an array of products that added up to $6.8k in value. YouTuber Mia Maples often shares videos of herself unboxing returns palettes but now has branched out into unclaimed packages. 2Influencer Mia Maples bought a palette of unclaimed packagesCredit: youtube 2She spent $1.2k on the haul but found more than $6.8k worth of products insideCredit: youtube The first thing she noticed was the size and weight of the mystery boxes she had bought. She said: "These boxes are not small. They're really big and upon arrival I'm now realising when I took them up to this room that some of them are really heavy." In total she bought 17 boxes as part of the haul. The first box she opened had 24 pourers for the top of bottles. Which she found for $5.95 each online, giving the box a value of $142.80. Read more on shopping haulsBARGAIN BOX I bought a £270 homeware returns palette and ended up with £1.8k of stuff GAME CHANGER...
    IF you've ever wondered about that package you ordered that never arrived, it could be waiting to be unboxed on someone's YouTube channel. The viral trend of buying unclaimed mail and reviewing your surprise items on camera has led to some interesting hauls. 3YouTube creator Mia Maples spent $1,200 on unclaimed mail packages and unboxed her haul for her viewersCredit: YouTube/Mia Maples YouTuber Mia Maples spent $1,200 on unclaimed mail packages and managed to hit a goldmine of random items. Mia introduced her video by explaining the items she purchased had been left unclaimed for so long they were shipped to a redistribution center for re-purchase. Mia opened her first package which turned out to be an industrial sized shipment of liquor pourers. "Who is ordering 24 of these?" the YouTuber asked. Read More LifestyleGREEN FINGERS Woman shows off 1p gardening haul from Sainsbury's as others order hundredsBARGAIN BUY Proud mum shows off her toy haul but insists it’s ‘not a lot’ for her six kids Liquor pourers sell for about $6 each, which means Mia already made just under...
    EVERYONE loves a good shopping deal. Whether you’re buying clothing, electronics, or household items, a sale is always fun to indulge in. 3A woman paid over $3,000 for lost or unclaimed Amazon packagesCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 3She opened hundreds of boxes and found the individual value of eachCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk One woman named Celina Myers, who goes by Celina SpookyBoo on her YouTube channel (which has over one million subscribers), said she scored big time after purchasing missing Amazon packages. In the clip, she explained: “You know when you order something from Amazon and it doesn’t show up at all and they send you a new one? “Well, all of those packages go to one place. And they went to this auction house.” READ MORE ON REAL LIFECOINING IT IN I made over £16k just by sitting on my couch - here's how you can too MODEL MATERIAL I spent $1,000 on Kendall Jenner’s used clothes - I had to pry them off Celina went to the auction house in the hopes of...
    WHEN packages get lost in the mail, they don't disappear forever – and eventually, someone else may get to buy them. One YouTuber shared her recent experience purchasing $500 worth of lost packages from other shoppers who originally bought from eBay. 3A woman named Sarai Jones shows off what she got for $500 at a lost packages auctionCredit: YouTube 3Some of the most expensive items Sarai unboxes are clothes that don't fit herCredit: YouTube Sarai Jones has 3.5 million subscribers on her YouTube channel. Her story about taking home $500 worth of eBay packages is already garnering a lot of attention. She explains: “Lost packages end up at a mail recovery center. If a postal service package hasn’t been claimed within 30 to 90 days, it’ll most likely be auctioned off or donated.” She attended one of those auctions and took home several boxes filled with mystery items. Read More About Shopping Hackssource hacks I'm a Dollar Tree super fan – my 5 best shopping hacks everyone needs to knowAISLE HAVE THAT Six 'secret' shopping hacks at Target that could...
    EACH year, millions of packages handled by the US Postal Service never reach their final destination. The USPS makes efforts to pass these unclaimed parcels along to the right destination, but many are never delivered or returned to the sender. 2TikToker @financeunfolded shared how he gets unclaimed mail for cheap 2He bought a box of mail for $100 and got nearly $300 worth of goods In fact, you can buy lost packages and claim some of these items for yourself if you know where to look. The government groups items into categories and runs Storage Wars-style auctions, where bidders get a brief glimpse at the items in the auction lot and are free to make offers. GovDeal auctions include, for instance, a collection of 245 MacBooks for around $10,000 and a lot of seven wreaths for $350. TikTok user @FinanceUnfolded showed off another way to buy unclaimed packages without bidding wars. READ MORE ON SAVING MONEYALDI DEALS Deals expert reveals 10 items you should buy at Aldi this month to save money SAVE BIG How I saved 20%...
    ISN'T it the worst when you are eagerly awaiting a package and when it gets marked as delivered, it's nowhere to be seen? Well, turns out, those lost packages can end up in someone else's hands – for a small price. 3Hope Allen purchased over 100 lost packages that cost her $3,000Credit: YouTube/HopeScope 3She scored a very expensive hair toolCredit: YouTube/HopeScope Hope Allen, who runs the YouTube channel HopeScope and shares content of her purchasing used clothes or lost packages, recently purchased a hundred of these and she scored some pretty interesting things. She explained that when these packages get lost, they get donated or auctioned off. "Each of these boxes has about 20 packages in them each and I bid online for these," Allen said in her video as she sat in front of five huge boxes. "And I kinda spent a lot on these but if there's some legit finds, it could be worth it! It could be more than worth it!" Read More Shopping HaulsTORN UP I bought shapewear from Kim Kardashian’s Skims & something awful...
    A YOUTUBER thought she had made some serious bank after purchasing $7,000 worth of lost packages containing luxury brands, like Yeezy and Hermés. However, she was in for the disappointment of her life when she discovered half of the products were fake. 6Hope Allen spent $7,000 on lost packagesCredit: Youtube/HopeScope 6It was two boxes filled with bags, sunglasses, shoes worth over $50,000Credit: Youtube/HopeScope 6There were also several Hermes products, which turned out to be realCredit: Youtube/HopeScope Hope Allen, who is better known as HopeScope on social media, revealed that, after spotting a box full of designer bags and items for auction, she bid against other luxury brand fans in hopes of scoring it. "I told myself that I would stop bidding when I got to $5,000 – but I didn't stop," the Utah resident claimed in the video. "In the end, we got it! With taxes and fees, I paid $7,004.48 for this box." Once she and her husband, Tyler, had dragged the boxes home, they discovered Gucci sandals that went for $350, Nike sweatpants, and 19 Ralph Lauren...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A local family tried to beat the holiday rush at the Post Office, but it didn’t matter. Their packages never arrived. As CBS 2’s Tara Molina reported Tuesday night, Christine and Bruce Merevick can’t see their family for Christmas – so they wanted to make sure to send some cheer their way. Weeks later, the Merevicks said that big box of cheer is just sitting in a distribution facility. The Merevicks are a fun-loving group that cherishes spending time and celebrating together. But this year, the holidays look different for them amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “The only place I can go to is the doctor for tests,” said Bruce Merevick. “I’m undergoing chemotherapy.” Because Bruce is sick and considered high-risk, it will be just he and Christine this Christmas. So trying to make the most of what they have, the Merevicks packed up Christmas in a box and shipped it to their family in Alabama. They sent it priority and had it insured two weeks ago. And now, it’s still in Illinois. “It’s just very frustrating,” Christine...
    LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- Laguna Beach police are getting into the holiday spirit, delivering dozens of lost Amazon packages.The police department posted photos on their Facebook account, showing the officers with the boxes.Officials say that a public works crew picked up the packages after an Amazon delivery truck lost them in the hills on Nyes Place and brought them to the police station.After the packages were dropped off at the station, officers and city staffers then went door-to-door hand delivering the packages.
    LAGUNA BEACH (CBSLA) — Santa got some help from elves in uniform this week after several Amazon packages fell off a delivery truck in the hills of Laguna Beach. Laguna Beach police spokesman Lt. Jim Cota posted images on Twitter Monday of police officers taking the Amazon packages to their rightful owners. Cota said an Amazon delivery truck had lost about 25 packages in Laguna Beach. After a Amazon delivery truck lost about 25 packages in Laguna Beach earlier today, LBPD officers and professional staff took it upon ourselves to hand deliver the jettisoned packages to their owners. @StuNewsLaguna @lagunabeachindy @lagunaini @amazon @ocregister pic.twitter.com/c1RU28MP4e — Laguna Beach PD PIO (@LBPD_PIO_45) December 1, 2020 “…LBPD officers and professional took it upon ourselves to hand deliver the jettisoned packages to their owners,” he wrote. The packages had been in two large containers that became lost in the hills on Nyes Place. They were collected by public works crews in the area, who took them to the police department. The officers determined the packages were from Amazon and contacted the internet retail...
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