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Did you know that if a mailbox is not USPS approved, the Postal person is not required to deliver to it? This section includes information for consumers related to mail and identity theft, USPS regulations, and home security, among other topics.

Anti Pry Mail Boss

4th Locking Mailbox Finally Keeps Thieves Out

The importance of getting a mailbox right the first time Increasingly, people understand the importance of using a locking mailbox to prevent the fast-growing crime of mail-identity theft. However, many people believe that any locking mailbox will be cause for thieves to move on to an easier target. The truth is, though, that more and more, […]

Retrofitting a Brick Mailbox Column with a Locking Mailbox

Step-by-Step Guide to Replacing a Mailbox in a Brick Column Brick column mailboxes add curb appeal to your home, but they are not easy to build or replace. If you  have a brick column with an unlocked mailbox but would like to upgrade to a locking mailbox, it’s not as hard as you may think! […]

The Methiest States in the US

Especially popular in rural areas with increasingly limited job opportunities There is a well-documented connection between meth and identity theft. Often, drug addicts work in complex identity theft rings with low-level users stealing sensitive information they can sell or trade for meth. The higher level operators then piece together the information for fraud or identity […]

Curbside Comparison: Accepts Packages

Do you receive small packages in the mail such as prescriptions or books? If so, you will want a secure locking mailbox that accepts packages. The size of package that a locking mailbox accepts is limited by the size and design of the incoming mail area. The two most common incoming mail designs are the […]