Creative ways to protect packages from porch pirates l ABC News

Almost 26 million packages from the USPS, Fedex and UPS were reported stolen last year, and a police station created an operation so people can pick up packages there.

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42 thoughts on “Creative ways to protect packages from porch pirates l ABC News

  1. This is the result of raising children to believe they are the victims of a system that is not fair. We, ALMOST everyone in America today, whether your ancestors were Indigenous, slaves, came as indentured servants, as exploited workers of the rail Barron, Immigrants, are living LONGER, with better access to medical care (whether or not insured), have far better nutrition, than ALMOST any people who are living in the place from where they came from. IMHO, the CHIEF systemic problem WE ALL FACE IS THE OUR FAILURE TO DEMAND TERM LIMITS OF OUR ELECTED LEADERS.

  2. Once a year I order something from Amazon. After the package arrives I tell Amazon it didn't arrive. They send me another one. I sell the second one on E-Bay. That's how I take advantage of a broken system. And Jeff Bezos is still the richest man in the world. God Bless our Country.

  3. Why do they leave packages at the front door in the USA?
    Here when there is no one home they leave a note. The note says what they have done. Usually they leave it with the neighbors if they are home, retry the next day or they deliver it to the nearest post office. At the office you can collect it. (The note says which one, and you can check the tracking too if it has it)

  4. When taxes pay for garbage, package theft, etc, it really makes you wonder why they tax us for that. They should tax Walmart for how much it costs to throw away their items, and they should tax Amazon or really anyone who ships things, tax them for how much it costs to protect the item. That way we can all make a proper cost decision before buying something, because we can see how much it actually costs upfront.

  5. The way to resolve problem like this is to prohibit courier to leave package if no human recipient the moment of delivery.
    Instead leave a note (templated) in their mailbox or door mail hole that they have a package & it Should be claimed to their shop branch within 7 calendar days, otherwise the package would be disposed on the 8th day.
    As well this courier Should also have 7 days office hours from 6am to 10pm so that recipient of the package could go pick up their package either before or after they go to work.

    It's like ShopRite Supermarket, it's Open from 6am till midnight. So that people or customers could buy their groceries before or after they work.
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  6. I had to think about how the red box actually worked..
    so he would leave it unlocked and when they deliver a package that fits in the redbox..
    the delivery guy would lock it.. and the owner to the red box has the key to it..
    we have a community mail box with keys where i live.. it prevents alot of the problem

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