Not sure if this should be in this forum or IMHO, but here it is. Yesterday a smallish (but too heavy for just seeds) Amazon Prime package was delivered to my doorstep, the address is mine but not the name, plus I don’t have an account with them and have only ordered a single item through plain Amazon about 8 years ago.
I found an Amazon Prime Canada contact phone number, and gave the representative the details. She told me that the intended recipient would be compensated and that I was free to do whatever I wanted with the package, open it and keep the contents or throw it away. I explained that what I’d prefer to do is have them come pick the package up and deliver it to the rightful owner, but apparently that’s not an option.
My question is, should I try to pursue this? Searching the name on the package gives me a potential link that I could try to reach them through.