I am here at work 80+ hours a week, leaving my home unattended for most of the day, pretty much every day. (I am not too worried about break ins, my neighborhood is pretty safe, and it’s not like I have anything worth stealing.)
So, on Tuesday, I got home to find a fedex door tag, indicating that I had missed a package. I was not expecting a package, but I filled out the signature line, and put it back on my door.
The next day, I got home, and the tag was still there, no package.
Thursday, the same, so I was curious enough to type in the door tag number to get tracking info. There was no shipper info, other than the originating city.
Apparently, it had been picked up and signed for on Wednesday by an R. Jones, not a person that lives in my house, nor anyone I know.
I sent fedex an inquiry about the matter, describing the events, and asking them to contact the shipper, and got a reply that said “If you were not expecting a package, please disregard the door tag, the package was received by the intended recipient.” They did not share my concern that someone who is not a resident at my address is an intended recipient of packages coming to my address.
So, on a level of 1-10 (Where 10 is when they serve a no-knock warrant in the middle of the night, kill my dog, arrest and convict me for mail fraud, and 1 is where I get a reward for my diligence in bringing down a mail fraud ring), how concerned should I be?
Is there any other due diligence I should follow up on to ensure that I am not caught up in any shenanigans?
Slight background, I live on a culdesac, and it would be easy for a car to wait across the street for the fedex truck, and time things to pull into my driveway as the truck is pulling up.