Learn How to Prevent Package Theft
It's easier to prevent package theft than to recover your package once it's been stolen. Here's our guide of steps we recommend you take to protect your property.
If you discover your package has been stolen, no need to panic. There are several steps you can take to attempt to recover your package.
A homeowner in Long Beach, California, was relaxing when her phone sent her a push notification from her Ring app notifying her she had a visitor at the door — but she soon realized it wasn’t a friend.
Packages represent consumers hard-earned money, careful purchase decisions, and in some cases, their health and hope. When a porch pirate breaks both legal and moral codes to take a package off a victim's door, everyone gets hurt.
A porch pirate met his match when after stealing a package, was not only caught on camera but caught by a helpful neighbor.
The couple reported this driver to UPS and submitted the footage and learned that the driver was terminated. UPS also engaged local law enforcement to pursue criminal charges.
Online shoppers recently noticed their delivery professional from UPS left them a little surprise dance after he saw they had a Vivint video doorbell.
A YouTuber decided to get revenge by engineering a ingenious glitter bomb package complete with GPS tracking, stink bomb spray, cameras to capture porch thieves’ reactions, and of course, glitter.
Two separate California homeowners caught the same delivery person on camera pretending to deliver a package but then stealing a package from their doorsteps.
Not all video doorbells capture bad activities on our porches. An online shopper posted a video captured on with their Ring video doorbell of a delivery made by a DHL driver.
We captured video unboxing the Nest Hello Video Doorbell. See what’s in the box, here.
That's got to hurt! A porch pirate appears to injure or break her leg while attempting to steal packages.