Postal Vault Solves the Security Threat That Your Unlocked Mailbox Pose
August 12, 2014
Almost 10 Million Americans Were Affected by Identity Theft Last Year Alone
Dallas, TX, August 12, 2014 -- Postal Vault Corporation, and its branded product line of Postal Vault secure locking mailboxes, can help ensure the safety of your mail and your identity. Identity theft is America's fastest-growing crime. Last year alone, more than 9.9 million Americans were victims of identity theft, a crime that cost them roughly $5 billion.
Within seconds, thieves sort through the sensitive mail and put the junk mail back into your mailbox so you think you got your mail. You don’t realize that someone just bought a new car or ran up credit cards in your name until creditors bombard you. The next generation will wonder how we ever went to our mailbox without a key. Our first Postmaster was Benjamin Franklin in 1775, so consider the technological changes in 239 years and yet the mailbox remains the same. You lock your home, cars, phones, why don’t you lock your mail? Crime is one of the top public concerns in our society today but we make it easy for criminals to commit ID Theft with our antiquated unlocked mailboxes from the pioneer days.
Postal Vault is targeted to brand the mailbox category and change the way you get your mail. Postal Vaults do more than just prevent mail theft and id theft, they secure and store your mail so you never have to stop it when you travel. No other mailbox compares; it’s the ultimate vault to protect your identity in your mailbox.
The larger curbside model stores a month of mail with decorative modular features to match your home, show your team spirit or display your hobby of interest. The smaller model can be installed door-side or at the curb on a post with decorative features and stores a week of mail. Prevent the nightmare of ID theft; give the gift of peace of mind to yourself and your family with a Postal Vault. Be a ‘culture changer’ and among the first to change the landscape of America by pre-purchasing your Postal Vault for a May 2015 delivery.