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Identity theft is a growing concern in today's digital age. With sensitive information being exchanged through various means, including physical mail, it's important to take necessary precautions to prevent identity theft.
Mail theft can lead to identity fraud and cause significant financial and emotional damage. Installing a secure mailbox is one of the most effective ways to prevent mail theft and protect against identity fraud.
The Identity Theft Resource Center says that the frauds and scams dedicated to stealing your or family’s name, birth date, financial information, social media accounts and/or Social Security number for illicit personal gain are at the highest levels they’ve seen since the organization was founded in 1999.
American consumers and businesses continue to seek alternative ways to receive packages when safety or convenience is an issue.
10% of Americans received packages every day and 49% received a package at least once a week. With this uptick in parcels on the porch, a number of issues, such as package theft, have arisen
“Why me?” is likely exclaimed by many Americans who are a victim of package theft. It is a frustrating experience to have a parcel picked from the porch, leading to a series of steps to replace it or get the money back.
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