When dealing with packages, leave them out of site to protect them from theft. What exactly does this mean? If the house has a barrier where the package can be hidden from the eyes of porch pirates, then place the package in a safe, and secure place. All houses, apartments, condos, and etc., aren’t built the same, and in the case of the photo, the flower pot on the side of the steps would be a perfect place to put the package, because if the owners are still at work, and there isn’t a camera present, and there aren’t any neighbors outside, then a porch pirate could take advantage of the opportunity to steal your package. Delivery personnel must also respect when a package has fragile written on it, so not tossing the package onto the porch would be appreciated by your customers, but sometimes the personnel who separate, and load the packages at the delivery merchant warehouses into the respective routes that the delivery personnel will deliver to your respective neighborhoods will throw the items into a container of the route that your delivery driver will deliver to their respective routes, so packages thrown on top of each other could easily damage a package that has fragile written on it. If it’s raining outside a customer will always be thankful that the delivery driver took a few extra steps to put their package out of inclement weather, because sometimes if the package isn’t in the best type of box, rain can ruin the package, and the items inside of the package if it stays outside, and is getting rained on all day before the customer comes home from work, school, the grocery store, and etc. When dealing with packages, delivery personnel must realize that customers receive an instant alert when a package is scanned as delivered, so if you’re not at the address of the customer when they receive the alert, they could call your supervisor to find out where is there package if it’s not on their porch, or mailbox where you scanned the package as being delivered. When dealing with packages, leave them out of site to protect them from theft. www.iwantmymail.com More than just a blog!