Weird nuts from China
The OP posted a picture of bean-like objects. Apparently, their friend received this through the mail, despite not placing an order for such a strange product. However, their name and address of the recipient were perfectly written on the box, so the mailman did not make a mistake.
This is actually an integral part of a brushing scam. Online retailers, typically from abroad, can leave positive reviews for their goods using our name. By sending a lightweight object through the mail, the e-retail platform will verify the transaction, thereby convincing other people that the product is legit. If this happens to you, inform the post office right away!