Questions For Today- Holiday Deliveries
December 7, 2017 4:29pm CST
With the holidays comes package deliveries at the front door. Deliveries from USPS, Fed Ex, UPS and perhaps even Amazon. I am an Amazon purchaser which brings me to my topic for today, package deliveries. Do you ever worry about those package deliveries you ordered online? Are you looking for a solution when deliveries come while at work? Have you ever had a package delivery stolen off your porch? If you have these issues Amazon is trying out an approach to remedy your worries. Have you ever heard of the Amazon key program? Here's briefly how it works. You must purchase a special kit from Amazon and it comes with instructions on how to install it, or you can use a professional to do it. Amazon packages are then securely delivered just inside your door by the delivery person. By the way, the kit is $249.99. Is that something you would ever try? Why or Why not? Have you ever had a delivered package stolen or misplaced? Source- Amazon.com Photo- theverge.com/google images
12 people like this
• United States
I would probably not try this since we are just minutes away from every store one could imagine, so ordering online is not a need. Amazon does sell cruel leg-hold traps, so I would not buy from Amazon anyway. Walmart also sells the traps, so to Target I go.
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• United States
I do shop on Amazon and have never had a problem with deliveries. My phone has an alert that tells me when the package was delivered and where it was left. Since I don't work it's rare that I'm away from the house for long periods of time. I think if I was still working I'd have my package delivered to my job. I doubt I'd pay $249.99 for a delivery person to have access to my house.
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• Anniston, Alabama
No way. I would not trust anyone to have entry to my home while I am gone. BUT here in Alabama there are a few guy going around nice neighborhoods taking the boxes from the porch, the guy was caught on camera. I use a P.O.Box so the post office watches mine for me.