If you can enter the building attempt to leave the package with the resident. Why is this so hard for logistics companies to do? The customer has paid for a service, and the delivery driver decides to leave the package outside of a door that can be opened, leaving the package outside to be rained on, and if the wrong person sees it, theft will occur if the package has an attractive name on it like Amazon, Gucci, Nike, PlayStation, and etc. If you live in a building where a code must be entered to have access, it’s important that the driver has access, because if the package says, to leave the item, don’t take back to the office, then the driver is going to leave the item at your apartment complex, but in the event that this happens, common sense should kick in, and the driver should go to the office to ask what their policy is with packages if the owner isn’t at home at the time of delivery, if the driver leaves the package outside as the box says on its instructions, and the package is stolen then you have an unhappy customer, who will more than likely choose a different logistical provider to deliver items to their address, but if the company has a deal with the merchant it’s a possibility that you might be stuck with that logistical provider.
With the recent time change, it’s important to note that logistics drivers are affected by this time change, and with Christmas being right around the corner it would really help if residents around the world would leave their lights on to help the USPS personnel, UPS drivers, FedEx drivers, Amazon drivers, DHL drivers, and any other personnel who might deliver packages to homes, apartments, condos, and etc. If you can enter the building attempt to leave the package with the resident. www.iwantmymail.com