Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by KBBPLL, Dec 8, 2021.
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That might be a factor but I've never had a coin delivered to my house - always the mailbox or held at post office. I suppose the switch to FedEx mandates them doing signature required because of porch theft, and as dwhiz says it's probably the money.
My quarterly meds for my psoriasis is $2000 every three months. My coin
purchases sometimes well over $3500/ package. No signature and most
times not even a ring of the doorbell. I have one of those RING doorbells,
only works half the time. Reason for the "No Signature" ? COVID19
I would never have coins delivered to my house.
You have it delivered to the post office, with the box number written down as a unit number. Then I get a notice in my box that I have a package.
The physical address of the post office is the street address.
@TheFinn Thanks for letting know. I'll try that the next time. Thanks.
When I just renewed my box, they had a form that asked if I would like them to accept pkgs from FedEx or UPS.
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