Welcome to the Mail Boss Blog. We strive to continuously provide the best locking security mailboxes on the market. Along the way, we have collected lots of great content to help you make the right choice when purchasing a locking security mailbox.
Tool fishing refers to removing mail from a locking mailbox with the use of a tool, usually a claw or tong like device, or a pole with a sticky substance on the end of it. It can take a lot …Read More >>
Hand fishing refers to reaching into a locking mailbox and removing mail by hand.
Locking mailboxes typically have either a slot design with mail deposited through an incoming mail slot, or a bin design with mail and packages placed in …Read More >>
On July 4th in 1776, the United States declared independence from Great Britain. To celebrate, this Independence Day we are offering 17% off all purchases on our website www.mailboss.com.
To get 17% off, just use coupon code USA1776 at …Read More >>
Evaluating the pry resistance of Epoch Design’s curbside mailboxes, there is very little difference among the models. Due to the overall heavier-duty construction of the Mail Boss Curbside and Package Master, they rate slightly better than the Mail Manager, …Read More >>
Here is the round up of mail identity theft and mailbox vandalism news from across the United States in June 2014. Remember, to help prevent mail related identity theft:
- Use a locking mailbox to secure incoming mail
- Never send sensitive