I've received no mail at my residential address in two weeks, despite regular notifications of its expected delivery. For several of those days, the mailbox at one side of mine had a message indicating it was full. As of yesterday, the mailbox on the other side of mine has a note for the carrier to hand-deliver the tenant's oversized mail. Of the several tenants who remain, I'm not aware of anyone who isn't receiving his or her mail.
Last year I placed a credit freeze or fraud alert on my credit file after the theft of federal mail. Fortunately, I've noticed no fraudulent accounts or unauthorized transactions since then. Not yet anyway. However, the thief or thieves now have piecemeal banking; tax; address; account; and other info of mine and my husband.
Because of the near-daily theft from a secured mailbox in a half-occupied building, I'll receive most of my mail at a P.O. box.
An investigation is ongoing, but I remain wary of any fraud; identity theft; mail theft; or its trend in the area.
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