No, shipments can only be delivered directly to the end recipient.
No, shipments cannot be delivered to leasing offices. Only secure mailrooms are okay.
Yes, but only if there is someone there to sign for it.
Yes, and a signature is not required as long as it is left inside of the leasing office.
No, if the customer is not at home, it is okay to leave the package in front of the apartment door.
When the shipment cannot be left safely at the customer's front door.
When the shipment is delivered to an alternate location such as the side or rear door.
An attempt tag must always be left regardless of the situation.
When the shipment is delivered to an alternate location such as a mail room or leasing office.
When the shipment is delivered to the front door but is placed out of view.
Depends, as long as the package can fit inside of the mailbox.
Depends, if the postal mailbox is secure it is okay to slide it in the opening.
It depends. If the customer requests the package to be left in the mailbox it is okay.
Yes, packages can be delivered to the mailbox anytime.
No, packages are never allowed to be delivered to mailboxes because mailboxes are for official USPS use only.
Scan the shipment as attempted and bring it back to the facility.
Scan the shipment as attempted and call dispatch.
Scan the shipment as a wrong address and call dispatch.
Do not scan the shipment. Call dispatch and have them help provide directions to the address.
Magnetic placards on both sides of the vehicle
A company hat
Lightly tap the horn on your vehicle as you arrive.
Knock on the customer's door.
Ring the customer's doorbell.
Pull your vehicle into the customer's driveway.
The customer has to accept the package, then call Amazon and they will handle it.
The customer has to accept the package, then call Ensenda to handle it.
Scan the package as refused by the customer, take the customer's name and destroy the package.
Scan the package as refused by the customer, take the customer's name and return the package to the warehouse.
A concession is the amount of money paid for each delivery.
A concession is a type of delivery where a signature is not required.
A concession is when due to a delivery issue, a customer is reimbursed by Amazon.
Amazon does not use the term concession in association with its delivery program.
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