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The Secure Mailbox is the first truly secure residential mailbox designed to eliminate the problem of identity theft through stolen mail. The Secure Mailbox has one of the largest drop chutes in its class, and has plenty of room for large envelopes and magazines. It is perfect for business or vacation, since a week's worth of average mail can be stored safely. The Secure Mailbox combines imaginative design and durable function to bring you optimal mail security. USPS approved.
NEW - Now in stock for 2008 - Robust keypad locking mechanism - the new lock ensures that years of maintenance free operation can occur.
Incoming mail drops into a locked area, accessible by electronic touch pad entry system. No more keys to lose; no more locks that can be picked; just an easy to use touchpad. The angled design prevents "hand entry" to the storage compartment. The interior door is recessed 2 inches and is secured by two deadbolts for maximum security.
Construction Features The powder coated galvanized steel body is rust resistant and made to last almost forever. It installs easily onto a powder coated steel post using the hardware provided. The outer door is utilized by the postman for out-bound mail pick-up. The Mail Vault's unique style adds curb appeal to any home landscape.
Comes complete with assembly instructions, tools, mail box post, mail box, mounting flange, leveling device, and 4 AA batteries for touch pad.
- Electronic "touch pad" entry system lets you program your own access code.
- Secure area for incoming mail.
- 16-gauge powdercoated steel body.
- Angled design prevents “hand entry” to the storage compartment.
- No exposed nuts, bolts, or screws.
- Recessed interior door is secured by two deadbolts.
- Post is included.
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|About Identity Theft|
|Recovering from identity theft can feel a little like
putting your life back together again. It's when someone obtains essential
information about you—such as your Social Security number, date of birth,
and mother's maiden name—and uses it to open credit card accounts, loans and
even mortgages in your name. Identity thieves typically get this information