posted on Sep, 12 2017 @ 12:01 PM
Definitely what macenroe posted with the reddit link.
I'm also thinking that it could be a form of viral marketing via post. Are you sure the company name is no where to be found on or inside of these
packages? Even if that's a 'no', I'm willing to bet in some circumstances they do include their name. This leads to the recipient looking up the
company at the very least... possibly buying "small metal rod #42" because it looks to be the perfect fix for the frame of their new puppies old
cage... and at best they post online about the company, leading many people to look into the business.
Makes sense to me! If i were selling cheap chinese trinkets that is, and could afford to send out 1000 random free butterfly paperclips.
Oprah: YOU GET A PAPERCLIP, YOU GET A PAPERCLIP, YOU ALL GET PAPERCLIPSSSSS!!!