Send it back right now
You bought it off Amazon Marketplace, the world's biggest junk shop. A step down from eBay, even, because this garbage hides amongst legitimate products. Here. See what you had to notice to even spot it?
Note the "Sold by some_random_name and Fulfilled by Amazon" part. That means "Amazon Marketplace" flea market. Often, they also have goofy brand names that sound like Ikea furniture names, but you can't count on that. They're just making it up.
Standards matter. Really.
These things don't come within a mile of US safety standards. If you think that doesn’t matter, watch Big Clive's teardown videos on Youtube, you'll get religion right quick :)
Heck, it doesn't even comply with EU safety standards. The CE stamp and RoHS stamp are counterfeited... or to be more precise, they are a legal promise by a bricks-and-mortar business inside the EU who manufactured it there or took responsibility for legally importing it, that it complies. If Joe EuCitizen mail-orders it, and it ships direct from China or via Amazon's fulfillment center (for some reason), Joe EuCitizen is the importer in EU law, and Joe has no chance of complying. See how that works?
In the USA the system is not promise based, but requires every piece of equipment be listed. Listed means manufacturers and importers must send off specimens of the items to Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) or equally competent testing lab, where they do destructive testing well beyond BigClive levels. Most equipment breezes through this because manufacturers know what they're doing and they're either using the same methods as were approved before, or use components with the RU mark which means UL pre-approved the components.
Here is the business model of this scam. Many Chinese counterfeiters market products designed to look like legitimate product, but of course are made very, very cheaply. This scammer found this particular one on Alibaba, a bastion of this type of spew. He asked the builder "hey, can you give me USA sockets?"* The builder said "sure". (Hence the Faux German wire colors). He paid $6 for the units, $2 each to have them individually packaged, and sent to the Amazon fulfillment warehouse (for which he pays about $3 per unit), and so they're in Prime. Probably did all this from a computer in East Asia.
So you have ten(s) of people pretending to be hundreds of companies all selling the same stuff from the same 1-3 Chinese junk mills. (notice how you see the identical units over and over in the Alibaba search results).
Note the price is only a little bit below the price of a UL listed domestic unit from a reputable builder that is actually designed for that purpose and built properly. That's how they set prices: expensive enough to look legit and cheaper enough to make you buy. The profits are insane, and they don't even care that you return it; don't be surprised if they tell you to keep it.
Total junk. You were ripped off, request a return based on "not as described" and send it back.
How to buy not junk
If it's too late to send it back, or if they tell you to keep it, send it to Big Clive on YouTube. He will tear it down in a video and show you all the ways it would've tried to kill you.
In the future, don't buy electrical parts online; they are price prohibitive because they're usually too low value to justify shipping. Talk to your local electrical supply house, and tell them you are sick of being overcharged by Home Depot (that puts them on notice that you are price conscious).
Certainly never touch an "Amazon Marketplace" product again with a 10-foot pole.
Amazon proper is supposed to be OK, but two problems. First telling the difference in listings. Second is, the listing may say "shipped from and sold by Amazon Proper" and Amazon may normally stock product legitimately sourced from Actual Leviton. But if Amazon is out of stock on that, they will silently and automatically substitute the same "SKU" from an Amazon Marketplace seller — and the Marketplace seller may be selling counterfeits.
* the HA-BSD-001 code on the parts bag googles to a page on Alibaba, listing an identical device, but with a German "Schuko" socket instead of our familiar friend the NEMA 5-15. The wire colors, right on cue, are shown in the listing as red, blue, and yellow/green, faux German colors.