Amazon’s New Feature Will Allow Delivery Guy in Your House!
It's designed to avoid having your packages swiped off your porch when you aren't home, but is it too much? Here are the details.
Amazon has announced Amazon Key, a lock and camera system users control remotely to let a delivery person inside to drop items off.
How it works?
The delivery person knocks, and if you don't answer he/she can unlock your door via the mobile app. Amazon says they run a check to make sure it's the right delivery person and package, and a camera will actually stream to the home owner so you can watch the delivery take place.
There are definitely items I would rather NOT get left outside, BUT I'm torn on how I feel about this. What if my dogs get out? What if there's a malfunction with the camera? Should I give THAT person the benefit of the doubt?
Risky or smart?