Groceries Delivered Right To Your Refrigerator. Good Or Bad Thing?

Canada
June 8, 2019 10:20pm CST
I recently heard on an American news program that Wal Mart is planning to start a new service where delivery people will deliver your groceries right to your refrigerator, while wearing a camera, so you can see what they are doing inside of your house. While this sounds like a good idea in theory, I would not want someone in my house when i am not there, even if they were wearing a camera. I see stories on the news every day of people doing horrible things inside other's houses, caught on camera by the vacataning home owners, and nothing could be done in time. Frankly, if someone's going to be in my house, it's going to be when someone is hope. How do you feel about this idea? Would you ever use this service?
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@youless (98212)
• Guangzhou, China
9 Jun
It seems convenient but I am not very interested in it. As I tend to buy different things and I don't like trying the same food all the time. I wonder how they can expect what I want
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• United States
9 Jun
I don't think I would be comfortable with that kind of service. Not only for the reason you have mentioned above but for how they are going to be getting inside the house in the first place. I don't think I would want to give Walmart the keys. And if it is being done through a computer I would be worried about whatever system they are planning to used getting hacked.
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@Nakitakona (8319)
9 Jun
That sounds practical and convenient but it has some limitations as you have mentioned.
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• United States
10 Jun
nope.i ain't letting nobody in my house like that. i don't care what promises they make of screening.
@LeaPea2417 (25653)
• Toccoa, Georgia
9 Jun
I wouldn't mind having my groceries delivered to my door, where the delivery man drops them off on the front porch.
@Corbin5 (149194)
• United States
9 Jun
I would not want this service either. Taking too big of a chance with this kind of service.