Imagine checking your email and finding a picture of your front porch taken by someone that you have never met or even interacted with – a complete stranger. While this may sound like the plot line of a horror film straight out of Hollywood, the reality is that it’s not; it’s actually something that Amazon is now doing for people after packages are delivered at their front door.
As reported by USA Today, Amazon’s new service is meant to help customers find where their package was left while they were at work or out running errands, especially if it was intentionally tucked behind a bush or a flower pot to keep it hidden from potential thieves. Additionally, the service forces drivers to prove to customers that they did in fact deliver the package to the customer’s home address. But while Amazon may have some legitimate reasons as to why they are taking pictures of peoples’ homes, it really doesn’t make the practice any less creepy…. more
Who is to say that even though, yes, they left it at the door that someone does not come in right behind them and steal it. What is the real deal behind this? You can view your home on google.