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1.Install a security camera at your front door
Security cameras can work wonders for your peace of mind: not only do they deter potential thieves, you can also check if there are any packages sitting on your doorstep from anywhere, at any time. If your package is stolen, security camera footage of the thief can go a long way toward helping police catch them. You can also record and keep evidence if your package is mishandled or damaged.

For more information on Security Cameras take a look at the Camera Systems tab.

2.Deliver to your workplace
If you can’t be at home during the delivery, have the package delivered to your workplace instead. UPS, USPS, and FedEx all deliver to business addresses during their business hours, and unless your workplace strictly forbids it, you should be able to receive your packages during the day.

3.Require a signature
If you have something expensive on the way, ask your sender for signature confirmation. This ensures that the package will be delivered into your hands and not left out in the open. When you aren’t at home to sign, the delivery service will keep your package at your local post office or facility for pick up. Requiring a signature on your delivery can also help in disputes with the deliverer, just in case any problems arise.

4.Leave delivery instructions
If you have something expensive on the way, ask your sender for signature confirmation. This ensures that the package will be delivered into your hands and not left out in the open. When you aren’t at home to sign, the delivery service will keep your package at your local post office or facility for pick up. Requiring a signature on your delivery can also help in disputes with the deliverer, just in case any problems arise.

5.Redirect your package
If you can’t be at home, find someone who can be and ask them to receive your package for you. If you have a close neighbor or family member who lives nearby, ask if they would be willing to hold onto your delivery for you. Just make sure that you can trust them to help out, since it can be tricky to get a package back from an uncooperative neighbor.

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