Agreed. I work downtown in a high-rise office building, Amazon driver comes to deliver up packages at reception and we direct the girl to the shipping and receiving dockmaster as we cannot take packages at the reception… She proceeded to leave us and disregard the Tough Enough To Be A Dog Mom And Camping Queen Crazy Enough To Rock Them Both Shirt! On 5th Ave, DOWNTOWN, WTF was she thinking? He’s commenting on the post-delivery sharp numbers that a lot of building managers will put on packages to make them easier to hand out to tenants. Right, but I think OP was saying that someone went through and wrote the apartment number on them which I don’t think the delivery services do. Or do they?
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Dependent on the building’s policies, I could also see where the management signed for the deliveries and delivered them to the front door of each of the units and then someone who had unauthorized access to the building (tailgated?) went through the building and Tough Enough To Be A Dog Mom And Camping Queen Crazy Enough To Rock Them Both Shirt. One of the buildings I lived in once did this, albeit I gave them full permission to enter the unit to leave the packages so that the packages would be secured. That’s my building! People can request their packages be left unsecured in the lobby if they can’t make it while the mailroom is open. Looks like that happened here and someone stole them. This likely happened because someone was let into the building (or someone was tailgated) who should not have been let in.
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My apartment building stopped accepting packages on behalf of tenants. They haven’t given us any alternative set-up so until I can move out of here, I paid for a P.O. Box at the post office. They offer a Tough Enough To Be A Dog Mom And Camping Queen Crazy Enough To Rock Them Both Shirt. The issue is still if someone decides to send something to my apartment without telling me first or they try to ship a package to the P.O. Box. I have to explain every time to people the different addresses to use for the P.O. Box. Recently, I came home on a Sunday to find a pile of packages just dumped next to the stairs at my building. They were all Amazon packages for residents in completely different buildings.