You forgot "Why did -->UPS<--- use --->THE USPS<---- to deliver the news?"I find it suspicious.
The first big thing that jumps out at me is the lack of actual letterhead on the photo of the written notice. Just a logo...really?
The second big thing that jumps out at me is the lack of proper formatting of the letter itself. I'm just a small time dirt kickin' cow punchin' ranch owner, but I'd never send out business correspondence that unprofessionally formatted.
The third thing that jumps out at me is the question of the legality of a shipping company confiscating or destroying property that they have no ownership interest in. That sounds like it would qualify as criminal activity.
The last big thing that jumps out at me is the too convenient inclusion of a link to a retailer that will save the reader from being a victim of any issue caused by UPS deciding to confiscate or destroy your purchases.
To me, the whole "article" looks like nothing more than someone trying to convince me that "If you order, there's a high probability that your shipment might be confiscated or destroyed by UPS. So, use this link to make sure it doesn't".
Might be legitimate, but I'm calling "bulls#it" until I see more convincing evidence.