Thank you for that information.
So, essentially you would be on the ballot in your estimate of the situation. You will have the process to " appeal" the seizure, which will include an exhaustive explanation of the item, your intended use of it and the sellers information (should you have it).
Essentially, in these cases, the simplest course of action is just to "disclaim" the item (I.e., not challenge the seizure) and either requesta refund from the seller (which shouldn't be an issue as Chinese sellersk now that this is a common occurrence) or show proof of the seizure to the seller to have them ship a replacement (and hope it does not get seized again).
If the item is not very expensive, it would be best to proceed in one of the above instead of challenging the seizure.
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