Mail theft often goes unnoticed, because many thieves are sneaky. They may take only what is useful to them, leaving the junk mail for their unsuspecting victims. Sometimes, though, you just know. Perhaps you haven’t received anything in days, or your junk mail is strewn about the sidewalk. Maybe there are opened empty envelopes in…

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It was a pleasant surprise when Redmond Reporter‘s very own Samantha Pak reached out to us to do an expose on the Mail Boss and how it helps protect consumers against mail and identity theft. Below is the features story, which can also be found online here. Redmond’s Mail Boss helps protect customers from mail theft,…

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Credit Card fraud: If it hasn’t happened to you already, it probably will eventually. It’s a growing problem, and while you can take precautions to protect yourself, there is no sure-fire prevention. We found a really interesting infographic on credit card fraud from the Huffington Post in an article advising 16 things you must do when your…

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As any reader of our blog will know, we often discuss the rising risks of identity theft and how you can better protect yourself and your family. So when the team over at Mailbox Big Box sent us over this infographic highlighting the trend of identity thieves targeting college students, we figured we ought to…

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The Mail Boss security mailbox is all the rave in the media, from coast to coast. The San Francisco Chronicle editors have featured our very own mailboxes in an article called “Mail Boss delivers identity-theft protection.” “Though the homeowner can install the box in less than an hour, it should take much longer than that…

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Now more than ever, locking mailbox security matters Last week, this email from ‘Brian’ arrived in my inbox: “Thanks for a great product. Our entire streets mailboxes were broken into this morning except for mine. Which of course is a Mail Boss. Do you sell bronze touch up paint? Mine now has some nasty scratches…

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As I tackled my tax return last night (procrastinate much?) I was in for quite the shock. When reviewing my bank account statement, I saw that three days ago a $2,000 payment was made from my Wells Fargo checking account to a “John Doe” (pseudo-name has been changed to protect the guilty) via PayPal. Shut…

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You vigilantly protect your online identity, shred your important papers and lock your house when you leave for the day, but you are still vulnerable to thieves. If you have not taken steps to protect the contents of your mailbox, you are leaving the door wide open to welcome a criminal into your life. Mail…

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