Simple issue here. I ordered a bridal set for my wife from Sam's Club online.
The order confirmation email stated that someone is required to sign for delivery when it arrives.
I felt like this was a reasonable requirement considering the small nature and extreme value of the package.
My wife and I had been tracking it online to ensure someone was available for the delivery.
This afternoon as I sat in my family room, I received notification on my smartphone from my security camera of motion at our front door.
Imagine my disappointment when I went to the door and found a box from Sam's Club sitting outside for all to see or worse; walk away with.
I understand that nowadays many Amazon, FedEx and UPS packages are delivered in this manner.
However, my confirmation strictly stated that a signature was required. In fact, the tape on the package actually reads, "If seal is broken, check contents before accepting".
So what I don't understand is how Sam's Club sells these high-dollar jewelry items and don't require "positive confirmation" of delivery.
There were other rings that were more expensive than ours and I can't imagine tens- of thousands of dollars simply being left on porches across the country.
The below photos show the item, its subsequent packaging and delivery method.
Product or Service Mentioned: Sams Club Delivery Service.