In fact, Women’s Health Interactive placed multiple orders with Adam & Eve to find out first-hand how orders are packaged, shipped, and delivered — including what the shipping labels look like.
Rest assured: you don’t have to worry about everyone in the tri-county area knowing you’ve bought a 9” dildo or a variety of silicone personal lubricants off the internet if you make a purchase through Adam & Eve.
Read on if you’re wondering:
- What does Adam & Eve packaging look like?
- How discreet is Adam & Eve shipping and labeling?
- How will purchases from Adam & Eve actually appear on my billing statement?
- Will Adam & Eve send me catalogs that I don’t want?
- What Does The Adam & Eve Shipping Box And Packaging Look Like?
Adam & Eve uses plain brown boxes or bubble mailers that are entirely devoid of a logo or identifiable information.
An Adam & Eve shipping box is typically used when larger items or multiple items are ordered together at once.
I say “typically” because I ordered a game, and it arrived in a really large bubble mailer.
Still, the only thing you could tell from the package was that it contained a box of some kind. Might be ramen noodles, might be a hundred pairs of nipple clamps*.
Only I knew what was in it for sure.
When smaller items like adult movies, lingerie, condoms, or lubricants are ordered, the company uses padded bubble mailers, which is what they used for the smaller items we ordered.
Is the packaging plain and boring? Totally, but that’s kind of the point.
Adam & Eve deliveries won’t be raising any eyebrows in your neighborhood.
- How Discreet Is Adam & Eve Shipping And Labeling?
When you get a package from Adam & Eve, is the address on the label an alias?
We were determined to find out.
While we wouldn’t call the label an “alias”, the name “Adam & Eve,” will NOT appear anywhere on the outside of your package.
According to Adam & Eve, if it is required by postal regulations, the package will include a return phone number and mailing address from Hillsborough, NC.
We confirmed this:
If postal regulations in your location do not require the above information to be included, the field will be left blank or an alias will be used.
Either way, you can shop from Adam & Eve with confidence.
The delivery driver had no idea he was dropping off a Sexopoly game, a pair of crotchless underwear, and a bottle of flavored lube on my doorstep — or delivering a variety pack of condoms to our CEO.
(Although if he’s reading this…he certainly does now. Hi, Joe!)
- How Do Purchases From Adam & Eve Appear On Billing Statements?
Depending on your chosen payment method, your purchase from Adam & Eve will be displayed as either “Adam Mail” or “Adameve.”
Women’s Health Interactive took it a step further, with members of our staff verifying different purchasing methods and providing authentic screenshots and information about the process.
Here’s what we discovered Adam & Eve purchases REALLY look like on your billing statements and various payment methods.
- How to Make Sure Adam & Eve Doesn’t Send Mail You Don’t Want
If you’re thinking about placing an order, you’re probably wondering: Does Adam & Eve send mail to my billing address?
As we explored in our in-depth article about how Adam & Eve purchases show up on your billing statements, my very best advice is to create an account at AdamEve.com* so you can have complete control over your mailing and email preferences.
During checkout, you’ll be given the option to create one. It only takes a moment to set up your account, but it gives you complete reign over your preferences for both catalog/home mailings and email correspondence.
That said, you’ll want to toggle those settings immediately after making an account because they default to signing you up for catalogs and daily emails from the company.
Making a purchase through Adam & Eve is easy, but most importantly, the packages you receive will be shipped discreetly.
In fact, the only way a delivery person will know your package was shipped from Adam & Eve is if they’ve made a purchase themselves.
And it’s not like they’re going to broadcast that to the rest of the world, right?