Scam artists love to say something "never came" when in reality it did. Now, that said.. I have seen it happen too many times, legitimately.. last year with a catalytic converter, as well as various other parts and packages, where, you put the business address it is shipping to, include the NAME of the business in the address as the top line.. and it says delivered..
.. and then the mechanic says No, it's not here.
This happened most frequently with UPS.
In that instance. It took two or three months, but a new catalytic converter was mailed and ultimately installed on my car. But, the question does remain. What happened?
Two or three maybe even 4 share a square of land there, the address of each IS different but either..
1. One of them stole it, recognizing it as a catalytic converter. Fairly large box.
2. The mechanic was lying, I do not think this was the case.
3. UPS guy stole it, marked it as delivered. So he is going to ruin his whole career for a $400 CC? No..
4. Delivered to wrong address, but, again, HOW?
So this question does seem extremely valid.
In my instance, UPS must have reimbursed the selling company so they could mail another, full claim filed, took awhile, it eventually just showed up, but, again, I'm still not sure exactly what happened. Or how.