If you receive invoices for goods that have not been ordered, you do not have to pay them. Identity theft is often behind it.
You order goods under false names and addresses – and intercept them before delivery, for example directly from the parcel carrier: Fraudsters who use third-party data when shopping online can be responsible for unexpected invoices in their own mailbox. Those affected should then notify the respective mail order company, file a complaint and object to the invoice.
In addition: inform the dealer that you have not received a package – and therefore can not send any goods back. If companies or payment service providers have already forwarded the outstanding receivables to collection companies, there is no need to pay here either. “Watchlist Internet” recommends instead to contradict the demands again. And then ignore them.
For safety: Notification against unknown
If you regularly receive invoices for goods that have not been ordered, it may be useful to file a complaint against unknown persons on the basis of constant orders in your own name. In this way, the effort for separate reports to the police can be reduced.