Hit & Run Survival Story!

    “Most of the damage was to the bottom mounting plate the mailbox slides onto.  The two bolts in the front behind the locked compartment were torn completely through the hinge plate. I had to straighten the mounting plate which was not very hard to do.  A steel table, a good “C” clamp, and…

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Happy Customer Says Thanks for Awesome Customer Service!

Hello Mail Boss, I wanted to write and say how much I love my Mail Boss mailbox, lock lubricant, inground post and lock cover that I ordered directly from mailboss.com. What a clever design and an outstanding customer service department. Everyone I talked with at Mail Boss who I talked with impressed me. At the…

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Locking Security Wall Mount Mailboxes Survives Hit & Run!

Our lovely Townhouse Mall Boss locking security wall mount mailboxes at a local neighborhood in Washington, recently survived a hit and run around Christmas! Edna was so impressed with the quality of our mailboxes that she personally reached out to us to let us know how much she and her neighbors are impressed by the impact…

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Mail Boss Mailboxes on Money Pit this December

Do you watch Money Pit? It’s a nationally syndicated home repair and home improvement program hosted by Tom Kraeutler. This December, Money Pit will be featuring our very own Mail Boss mailboxes! And, you can find our Mail Boss in the Money Pit 2012 Holiday Shopping Guide! We’ll keep you updated as we find out…

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VIDEO: Mail Manager Review

“If you’re looking for a secure mailbox I highly recommend this mailbox, build like a safe!” Check out this fabulous Mail Manager video review by YouTube user Numba1SoulPreppa. This review was unsolicited and no product was given in exchange. He is very thorough in reviewing all aspects of the Mail Manager, and while we don’t…

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Seeking Networked Individuals for Mail Boss Reviews

We are looking for people to help us get the word out about the great products we offer at Mail Boss. If you are a networked individual with a website or blog presence and high engagement in social media platforms, you may be just who we’re looking for. What do you get out of it?…

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Popular Mechanics Reviews MailBoss

PM Editors Call Mail Boss a Postal Fortress, Hail it “Postbox Maximus”

On November 1, 2007, the editors at Popular Mechanics featured our very own curbside MailBoss locking mailbox in their “Wish List” section. After reviewing the USPS approved Mail Boss security mailbox, they hailed it “Postbox Maximus”, a nickname we happen to agree with. Check out this phenomenal media coverage!

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P-57Cs Shredder Makes the Cut

As Americans have become increasingly aware of the prevalence of identity theft, paper shredders have become a household item. When looking for paper shredders, it is important not to skimp out on an cheap-o shredder that will jam or break easily. But who wants to drop a pretty penny on a paper shredder? For less than $100, though, there is a paper shredder that is a cut above the rest.

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Sammamish Review Features Mail Boss in “Mailbox: Version 2.0”

Original article published in Sammamish Review on 4-16-08, written by J.B. Wogan

David Bolles was tired of having his mail stolen. After falling victim to several instances of mail theft, he decided it was time to upgrade his mailbox two years ago. “That’s kind of what compelled me to take a look at this seriously,” said Bolles, who lives with his wife Monica and son Gabriel on East Lake Sammamish Place. So he visited local hardware stores and investigated various locking mailbox options.

“There was one product that looked like it was okay,” said Bolles, who expressed disappointment about how easily one could pry open locking mailboxes with a rudimentary screwdriver. “I thought, I’m not seeing what I like. Maybe I ought to make one.”

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