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Double-Blind Shipment

With double-blind shipments, both the sender and the receiver are unknown to one another.


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What is a double-blind shipment?

The seller will request a double-blind shipment when they do not want the parties involved in the transaction to be known. This means that the shipper does not know the buyer’s identity, and the buyer will not know who the shipper is. Usually, double-blind shipments are made to avoid the shipper or the buyer knowing each other’s contact information and coming into contact themselves.


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