This is different from other question because
- I always leave 5-Star reviews
- I am one of few people who purchases clothing from this buyer (it is ladies ethnic clothes)
- Return label was included
I have been purchasing clothes from a particular 3rd Party Seller through Amazon.com
I always leave positive reviews.
Few days ago I received free set of clothes from the seller and a return label (return label requires sender to pay shipping).
I thought this was a gift because I am a regular customer.
Just now I received another free set of clothes from the seller and a return label.
Is this a good-will gesture, i.e. give away past-season inventory to regular customers.
Or is it something else. Will the seller attempt to get me to pay, even though I never ordered the items.
How would the seller get me to pay? At most I can write a 5-Star review, but I am concerned this may open a can of worms.