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Tickets for The 6th Annual Taste of Mexico Culinary Festival on Saturday, October 15 are here! LA‘s largest all-inclusive Mexican tasting event just got even better. The Taste of Mexico returns for its 6th Annual Culinary Festival taking the best Mexican food in Southern California to the next level by partnering with The State of Baja California, bringing the best of Baja to LA: Chefs, Baja beer, wine and more.
Are you ready? Get your tickets to enjoy unlimited tastings from 35+ restaurants, the best of Baja feat. the Baja Pavilion, Baja wineries, Northgate Gonzalez Market‘s Deli, Cerveza Estrella, I Love Micheladas straight from the Michelada Mobil, craft cocktails from our Mezcal corridor and Tequila Bar, live entertainment and more!
And to top it off, we’ve got special $10 OFF pre-sale VIP & GA tickets. Check out the Eventbrite ticket page and enter: TOM2016PRESALE for your discount. Hope you’re hungry. We’ll see you there! #TOM2016
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA & BAJA CALIFORNIA’S TOP MEXICAN RESTAURANTS & CHEFS!
ONE TICKET PRICE= ALL YOU CAN EAT + DRINK
LA‘s largest all-inclusive Mexican tasting event just got even better! The Taste of Mexico returns for its 6th Annual Taste of Mexico Culinary Festival taking the most authentic Mexican food in Southern California to the next level by partnering with The State of Baja California, bringing the best of Baja to LA: Chefs, Mexican craft beer, wine and more.
Mark your calendars! This year’s festival is on Saturday, October 15th, 2016 in the beautiful courtyard of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, LA’s dedicated museum to Mexican American history and culture located in the heart of Downtown LA. The perfect setting for 5,000 guests to enjoy unlimited tastings from 35+ restaurants, the best of Baja feat. in the Baja Pavilion, partners booths, Baja wineries, Estrella Beer, Micheladas straight from the Michelada Mobil, craft cocktails from our Mezcalería and Tequila Bar, live entertainment and more!
This year’s Taste of Mexico festival kicks off with our VIP Hour beginning at 6:00PM (doors at 5:00PM) and General Admission opens at 7:00PM. The event goes until 11PM!
VIP HOUR – $85
Saturday, October 15th, 2016 | 6PM – 7PM (doors at 5:00PM)
The VIP hour includes early admission with doors open one hour prior to the event start time for one full hour of exclusive VIP tastings, early admission entry to enjoy unlimited tastings of food and beverages from our 50+vendors, plus beer, wine and cocktail sampling and live entertainment and more with no crowds!
GENERAL ADMISSION – $65
Saturday, October 15th, 2016 | 7PM – 11PM | (doors at 6:00PM)
General Admission includes unlimited tastings of food and beverages from our 50+vendors, plus beer, wine and cocktail sampling and live entertainment!
GET YOUR TICKETS HERE ON EVENTBRITE!
Facebook Cloned Account Profile How to Prevent and Report
Facebook cloning of accounts has been going on for years, recently the number of people who have had their accounts cloned appears to be increasing. Although Facebook is not reporting any stats you probably know someone who has had their Facebook account cloned.
Some tips for preventing your facebook account from getting cloned include the following.
Reporting fake or cloned accounts is important. You can report a fake or cloned profile by clicking on the bottom right of the cover photo and select “Report” and follow directions from there.
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The Gril at Brookside’s First Annual Battle of The Bloody Marys October 2, 2016 10am-1pm at Brookside Golf Club Pasadena
Come taste the best Bloody Mary’s in the San Gabriel Valley!
Vote for your favorite!
$15 in advance
$20 at event
Tickets include 6 tastings
Call now for tickets: 626.577.4497 x2
Brookside Golf & Country Club – 1133 Rosemont Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91103
Join us for a totally awesome TRIVIA NIGHT August 25, 2016 at 7pm!
Entry is FREE! Bring a group of your friends to Brookside Trivia Night for awesome food and drink specials and a chance to win rad prizes!
RSVP for Preferred Seating!
There will be amazing beer specials, late night menu and prizes for the biggest brainiacs!
RSVP for Preferred Seating to 626-577-4497 x 2
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Join us for a totally awesome TRIVIA NIGHT August 25, 2016 at 7pm! There will be amazing beer specials, late night menu and prizes for the biggest brainiacs!
RSVP for Preferred Seating to 626-577-4497 x 2
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Sponsored by NEW BELGIUM
#DogHaus is celebrating its 20th store milestone at our OG location. We’ll be giving out FREE Haus Dogs ALL DAY on Friday, August 26 at 105 North Hill Avenue!
TAP INTO THE WÜRST
Pair your Haus Dog with one of our select local craft beers on draft.
HAPPY HOUR 3-6pm
2-for-1 Beer & Wine | $1.25 Hot Dog Sliders & Corn Dog Sliders
No substitions on Haus Dogs (except to veggie dog). Only the Haus Dogs are free. Limit 1 per person at the register. Guests can return to the line for another.
ABOUT DOG HAUS
Dog Haus is a craft casual hot dog concept known for its gourmet takes on hot dogs, sausages and burgers; premium shakes and soft-serve ice cream; and beer program that spotlights local brews. Founded by partners Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz and André Vener, three friends who share a passion for creativity, quality and commitment to community, the first Dog Haus opened in Pasadena, California in 2010. The fast casual concept has since garnered critical acclaim and national attention for its signature all beef skinless Haus Dogs, hand crafted proprietary Haus Sausages and premium Haus Burgers made from humanely raised cattle, all served on grilled Hawaiian rolls. Open for lunch and dinner daily, guests can choose from signature, one-of-kind Haus creations or customize their own from a selection of more than 30+ quality toppings. Dog Haus currently has 20 stores open in five states with confirmed expansion of more than 150 franchise locations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio, Texas and Utah. For more information visit http://doghaus.com/ or find us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram at DogHausDogs.
The biggest technology companies are forming an alliance to stop the scourge of robocalling.
Daily we are bombarded by unsolicited callers, trying to sell something, or con us into the latest scheme. Pretending to be the IRS or some lost relative in a foreign country jailed needing money to be freed.
The stories are endless and the US Government along with top telecommunication companies and tech companies are working to draw a line in the sand and stop the spread and abuse of telecommunication voice and data networks.
Many have cut services because of the abuse of solicitors. Many are trapped into changing their numbers because of spoofing where scammers are using an innocent person’s number and making calls.
The trend of many to cut services will continue as the abuse of data voice networks continues. It is in the best interest of all legitimate parties to put systems in place to stop this scourge.
It is long overdue, but welcomed to see that the repeated complaining by consumers has moved those with the power to stop this to take action.
We should see some developments in the next couple of months, as soon as mid October 2016. We can only imagine scammers are working on ways around the systems being discussed and finding a way to hack into legitimate networks and use their networks for their scams. Whatever is done will to stop the abuse is better than we have today, which basically ranges from services like nomorobo to blocking a number on your cell phone, or blocking private callers. There are other devices are services, but when scammers are spoofing a real person’s number it can be very difficult to stop. This is why technology needs to be developed to introduce another layer of verification and call origination, where a scammer cannot just pick a number and assign it to their caller id and trick people.
The IRS probably has some of the most notable caller complaints, with calls coming from overseas of so called IRS agents, threatening legal action, and requesting that money be sent to avoid incarceration.
Kudos to the US Government and tech companies for stepping it up and putting a stop to this. With hundreds working to find a solution, it shouldn’t be hard to put a stop to the criminals.
EASTSIDE FOOD FESTIVAL
SUNDAY, OCTOER 2nd
EastSide Food Festival is back for our 3rd annual event Sunday October 2nd, 2016. Discounted Early Bird Tickets are on sale now! Don’t miss it, this discount that expires Tuesday, Aug 30th at noon!
Featuring the perfect mix of your favorite local LA Eastside restaurants and the best undiscovered establishments around. Not to mention, food demonstrations (we have a grilling demonstration stage this year!), discussion panels, expert Q&As, live DJs, and more.
The full list of vendors is TBA, but we can let you in on a few secrets – some of the participating vendors this year include EastSide Food Festival veterans such as Little Beast, Homestate, Jeni’s Ice Cream, Sticky Rice, Starry Kitchen as well as newcomers like Sawyer, Buttonmash, Knuckle and Claw, Same Same Thai, Pok Pok, Lord Jones Edibles with many more to be announced. Wine provided by Silverlake Wine Shop, craft beer poured by Angel City Brewery, and other delicious cocktails will be provided by Our/ Los Angeles Vodka, and Ventura Spirits. Once again, proceeds from the event will benefit PATH (People Assisting The Homeless), and this year’s lux lounges will be hosted by BRE Investments.
EASTSIDE FOOD FESTIVAL 2016 TICKET PRICES:
Tickets include all-you-can-eat! Early Bird Discounts valid until 8/30 at noon.
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET
$55 early bird | $65 advance | $75 at door
All you can eat from our food and soft drink vendors
Access to our event stages with food demonstrations and discussion panels throughout the day
GA Entry from 5pm-8pm, 3 Bar Drink tickets
$85 early bird | $95 advance | $105 at door
Early entry at 4pm for first access to food and drink
All you can eat from our food and soft drink vendors
Exclusive VIP hour food tastings and demos from 4-5pm
VIP Access to our event stages with food demonstrations and discussion panels throughout the day
Exlcluaive VIP lounge that is open all day for you to relax and take a break from the crowd
VIP gift bag with gifts from our sponsors
5 Bar Drink tickets
$45 early bird | $55 advance | $65 at door
We have a limited number of these discount tickets available for those who prefer not to sample the Bar selections
All you can eat from our food and soft drink vendors
Access to our event stages with food demonstrations and discussion panels throughout the day
GA Entry from 5pm-8pm
GENERAL ADMISSION 5PM-8PM | VIP EARLY ENTRANCE 4PM
Tickets available online at www.EastSideFoodFest.com/Tickets
Located at Mack Sennett Studios
1215 Bates Ave, LA, 900289
Full information TBA!
Watch the video from last year’s event here!
See you October 2nd!
Special thanks to our partners
2016 Gold Level Sponsor
2016 Silver Level Sponsor
Full info at www.EastSideFoodFest.com
For full information on this year’s event, visit us online.
Sports Museum of Los Angeles
1900 S Main Street
Los Angeles, California 90007
Hours: Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. • Sunday 1 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Starting August 27, the museum will only be open Saturdays)
Cost: Adults: $15 • Seniors (65 and older) and Students with ID $12 • Kids 5-12 $9
Parking: (enter from Main Street) $8
Hatch chiles are only here once a year—in August and September—and that’s why you might find us Hatch-heads going a little nuts. Grown exclusively in the Land of Enchantment (New Mexico), Hatch chiles have a reputation among foodies as the best peppers grown in the U.S. and some people say the world. The Hatch chile has the same shape as its Anaheim cousin, but has firmer flesh and a greater range of flavor, from mild to medium. It’s that strong New Mexico sun, those cool nights, and the mineral-rich soil that makes the flavor so distinct. Hatches are hardly ever eaten raw; it’s when they’re roasted that the smoky richness and depth of flavor really shine. If you buy them fresh, we recommend roasting over an open flame to get the absolute best flavor possible. Once roasted, they’re easy to seed and make a great Southwesterny addition to almost any dish. Hatches have a short harvest season—just six weeks! So come get them while they’re hot!
With the help of Melissa’s Produce, eight exciting New Mexico Hatch Chile Roasting events are being held in front of select Bristol Farms stores. Although we will be roasting in eight locations only, product will be available in all stores starting August 8, 2016.We invite you c’mon down and awaken your senses with the world’s best chile! Click here for a pdf of our roasting dates and times.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we’re not talking about the holiday season. We’re talking about Hatch Chile season! We love the sound of the chile roasters ablaze and the aroma of fresh roasted chiles in the air because this means lots of great, spicy dishes are soon to be enjoyed. Our Chefs incorporate the smoky Hatch chile into as many dishes as they can during the very short season, and the recipes below (plus many more) will be available in store for a limited time. Be sure to get your hands on some of these serious eats while they last. Your taste buds will thank you.Fresh and Roasted Authentic Hatch Chiles
Get them while they’re hot! Available in store are mounds of fresh Hatch chiles in addition to roasted, conveniently pre-packed Hatch chiles in a variety of different heat levels.
Bristol’s Own Hatch Chicken Fiesta Sausage
Bristol’s Own Hatch Chile Cornbread & Scones
Hatch Chile Cheese Fries
Served up in our café, our Hatch Chile Cheese Fries are just what you’ve been craving. Piled high French fries are topped with a smoky, spicy Hatch Chile fondue, fresh roasted and diced Hatch chiles, and vine-ripened tomato.
Hatch Chile Guacamole Burger
Come to our café and take a big, juicy bite of this tasty limited edition burger. Smoky, rich Hatch chiles bring the heat and cool, fresh guacamole balances things out deliciously. Available for a limited time—don’t miss out!Bristol’s Own Hatch Chile Cream Cheese
Hatch Chile Tips:
1. To test the heat level of a chile, don’t bite the tip! The heat is retained within the veins of the chile, so the farther up you bite, the more accurate the heat measurement will be.2. Roasted chiles freeze better than fresh chiles. We recommend removing the seeds and outer skin of roasted chiles prior to freezing. Chiles can be frozen in an air-tight bag for up to two years.
3. Chiles get hotter when frozen! When chiles are frozen, they lose their moisture and the result is a more concentrated flavor in the chile. So, if you freeze a hot chile, it will be extra hot by the time it is enjoyed.
Bristol Farms visited Duane and Gillis Farms just prior to the Hatch harvesting season to learn more about this year’s crop, growing practices, and to have some fun in the fields. We are all looking forward to our best season yet!
Limited Premium Seats Available for August 21, 2016 Coldplay Concert at Rose Bowl Pasadena
LIMITED PREMIUM SEATS AVAILABLE
FOR SUNDAY COLDPLAY CONCERT
CLUB SEATS AT $180/TICKET FEATURE
EXCLUSIVE CLUB ACCESS & COMPLIMENTARY FOOD
The British alternative rock band Coldplay is coming to the Rose Bowl this weekend as part of their “A Head Full of Dreams” tour and a few Premium seats still remain for the Sunday show. Club seats are $180/ticket and come with exclusive Club lounge access, complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages presented by Wolfgang Puck and Legends and a complimentary VIP parking pass for every four (4) seats purchased.
Contact the Rose Bowl Premium Sales office at 626-585-6800 or premiumseating@
Rose Bowl Premium Seating
1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena CA 91103
Ph: (626) 585.6800 | Fax: (626) 577.3246
Get ready for True Food Kitchen coming to Pasadena. Many months in the making, the new location is sure to be a hit with those looking for healthy dining options.
According to the True Kitchen Facebook page, the Pasadena location is less than a month from opening.
True Food Kitchen will be opening our newest location at 168 W. Colorado St. on September 13th.
Mark those calendars!
This is the official site.
There are still jobs available at this new location, from bartender to pasty chef take a look here.
There’s even a job fair scheduled.
PASADENA JOB FAIR
Monday, August 8 – Saturday, August 20
10am – 6pm
168 W Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91105
Can’t make it? Apply Online.
Sunday Morning Bluegrass Gospel in the Garden!
The Pasadena Folk Music Society moves off the Caltech campus for the first time ever to present a special Sunday morning concert featuring the fine voices and guitar work of Eric Uglum and Bud Bierhaus, also known as the Vintage Martins. Eric and Bud impressed us greatly some years back when they performed at one of our shows as part of a fine bluegrass group, Copperline, known for wonderful harmonies. The group broke up shortly after that show and Eric and Bud have played music separately in other configurations since then. In the last year, they have been making a few appearances at festivals and now they have a brand new recording. Their harmonies and instrumental skills are better than ever- click here to hear them. Bud won the Texas State Flatpicking Guitar Championship in 2012 and he has performed with Herb Pedersen, Chris Hillman and others. Eric has performed and recorded with Alison Krauss, James King, Stuart Duncan, Ron Block, Rob Ickes and others, as well as raising a couple of sons who are making it in the music world in Nashville. Check out their web page at http://www.thevintagemartins.com
More info here
Date: Sunday, August 21
Time: 9:00 am
Pasadena Folk Music Society
275 Arlington Dr.
Pasadena, CA 91105 United States + Google Map
Phone: (626) 441-4478
Does your Dog Bark? Or Jump? Do you feel embarrassed with his behavior?
For any dog lover, his/her dog is not less than a family person. With time, dogs have become an important part of human households, where they are seldom treated as working mates. Unlike people of the 18th century, dog owners of today consider their pets as one of their family members and go out of their way to provide the latter with the best of training, diet, grooming and care.
Brief History on Dog Training
A dog learns from every interaction it has with its environment. There are a variety of established methods of animal training procedures such as the Koehler method, motivational training, model-rival training, dominance-based training, and relationship-based training to name a few. The common characteristics of successful methods are knowing the animal’s attributes and personality, accurate timing of reinforcement and/or punishment and consistent communication.
William Koehler was perhaps the first dog trainer who had encouraged dog owners to have a better bonding with their dogs. In fact, before that, dogs were considered as working animals, and were mostly kept in the backyard. His training methods helped dog owners transform these animals into household pets. It is he who introduced the leashes and collars and explained their importance.
Soon, dog owners started realizing the pleasure of taking a simple walk with their dogs. They enjoyed the companionship and vitality of playing with these animals. And that slowly developed into a beautiful relationship of trust, affection and commitment.
Training methods today, have no place for harsh punishments and losing temper. Fortunately, for the last few decades, canine psychology and behavior is being given more importance and based on such aspects, dog training is now about loads of patience and positive reinforcements.
Dogs have their own set of behavioral problems. Lack of proper training methods may badly affect your dog’s behavior and turn your beloved pet into a disobedient, aggressive or unruly dog. As a dog owner you should be aware of these problems and train your dog accordingly.
If your Dog or Puppy is driving you crazy with its excessive barking, whining or chewing, or if your dog is too aggressive and bites or growls at your visitors, you need an immediate remedy. Trainpetdog.com is one such dog training center that offers free online seminars where you may subscribe for free training course. Get Access to TrainPetDog Free Online Seminars and Subscribe to The FREE Training Course.
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“Hair care” is an overall term for hygiene and cosmetology involving the hair which grows from the human scalp and to a lesser extent facial, pubic and other body hair. Hair care routines differ according to an individual’s culture and the physical characteristics of one’s hair. Care of the hair and care of the scalp skin may appear separate, but are actually intertwined because hair grows from beneath the skin. Scalp skin, just like any other skin on the body, must be kept healthy to ensure a healthy body and healthy hair production. If the scalp is cleaned regularly by those who have rough hair or have a hair-fall problem, it can result in loss of hair. However, not all scalp disorders are a result of bacterial infections. Some arise inexplicably, and often only the symptoms can be treated for management of the condition, for example: dandruff.
No matter how strong and beautiful your hair appear to you, it is extremely important to pay careful attention to their hair care regimen to grow keep them at its best. Taking care of your hair becomes more important when you have a coarse, thin, curly, treated, damaged, dry, dull and oily hair. Hair Loss is not always genetic or inherited. With this kind of hair loss (androgenetic), you lose hair gradually and it will increase as you age. But, in some cases, other factors could lead to your hair falling out. It is especially likely that a non-genetic cause may be the culprit of hair loss if your once healthy hair suddenly and noticeably starts to fall out.
This article introduces you to the one-shop-stop “Hair thickening” formula – Revivogen for both men and women. Whether you are experiencing a hair fall or you feel your hair is losing out on its thickness and density, Revivogen’s hair growth solution is for all who want to have thicker fuller hair. Regardless of the care you take to maintain the health of your hair, it undergoes a natural growth and death cycle based on your age, genetics, gender and the lifestyle you live.
Revivogen MD is formulated for men and Revivogen Pro is formulated for women. Our product is not only used for people who have male pattern baldness but also for people who just have thin hair. In less than 90 days 90% of our customers see improvement in hair fullness. We have 88% success rate for people who use the product as instructed. This is why we offer a 90-day money back guarantee brands including Clearogen and REJUVE MD which are already popular on the market.
The patent pending Revivogen Scalp Therapy Anti-DHT Formula is a revolutionary, all-natural solution in the fight against hair loss. Revivogen is derived from organic plant oils and grains. It is used topically not orally, and has no side effects.
Users of Revivogen describe their experience with the product in this video.
Every year, we get to hear and experience the impact of new viruses habituating in our environment. Early and mid-2016 is hit with Zika virus that resulted to fetal, children and adult deaths in the Americas and the Pacific. This article gives you an insight on the origin of the Zika virus, its impact on children and adults, how you may protect yourself and the possible preventive measures one may take to safeguard yourself and your families.
Origin of Zika virus
As of mid-2016, a widespread epidemic of Zika fever, caused by the Zika virus, is ongoing in the Americas and the Pacific. The outbreak began in early 2015 in Brazil, and then spread to other parts of South and North America; it is also affecting several islands in the Pacific. In January 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) said the virus was likely to spread throughout most of the Americas by the end of the year.
The virus is spread mainly by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which is commonly found throughout the tropical and subtropical Americas. It can also be spread by the Aedes albopictus (“Asian tiger”) mosquito, which is distributed as far north as the Great Lakes region in North America. Men infected with Zika can transmit the virus to their sexual partners.
How Zika virus affects children and adults?
In February 2016, WHO declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern as evidence grew that Zika can cause birth defects as well as neurological problems. The virus can be transmitted from an infected pregnant woman to her fetus, which can then cause microcephaly— an abnormally small head and brain size, and other severe brain anomalies in the infant. The CDC posted a travel alert advising pregnant women to delay travel to areas where Zika is active. The travel alert list continues to expand and includes Miami, as well as 50 countries or territories in the Americas, the Pacific Islands, and Africa.
Zika infections in adults can result in Guillain–Barré syndrome. Prior to this outbreak, Zika was considered a mild infection, as most Zika virus infections are asymptomatic, making it difficult to determine precise estimates of the number of cases. In approximately one in five cases, Zika virus infections result in Zika fever, a minor illness that causes symptoms such as fever and a rash.
The Mercury News reports in its article on Aug 5 that 134 people in California have contracted the Zika virus while traveling in an area where the disease is endemic. The press further states, “The California Department of Public Health reported last week that two infants with Zika-related microcephaly were born in California to mothers who contracted the virus while abroad. One of the babies was born in Alameda County.
Prevention of Zika infection
As of now, there seems to be no vaccination to protect from the Zika virus. However, you can help prevent Zika infection by using insect repellents and proper use of condoms. If you are in areas with a current Zika outbreak can take steps to avoid catching the virus. Dr. Fredericks says, “The best way to avoid mosquito bites is to use a repellent containing picaridin, oil of lemon-eucalyptus, at least 20 percent DEET, or IR3535 when venturing outdoors, especially near dawn and dusk when mosquitoes are most active” He also adds, “Whenever possible, it also makes sense to wear long sleeves and pants when outside during these times and check which products are most effective in the Consumer Reports’ newly updated insect repellent ratings.”
Here’s a picture for you that highlights on the symptoms. However, a blood test can only confirm on the results.
Stay aware, stay protected and safeguard your family.
Preventing Vehicle Burglaries
It’s always a good idea to review some tips to prevent vehicle burglaries. Here are a few to be mindful of:
Never leave your car unlocked, the windows rolled down, or keys in the ignition
Never leave spare keys in the car, or in “hiding spots.” An experienced thief knows all the hiding places. Store spare keys in your wallet.
No matter how quick the errand, never leave your car running unattended, not even in your own driveway.
Keep contents and valuables (cell phones, purses, packages, etc.) out of sight. Lock them in the trunk. If you can’t replace it, don’t leave it in your vehicle.
If you have a garage use it.
Conceal your registration in your glove compartment so that it is not easily accessible to burglars.
15 Tips to Prevent Package Thefts
1. Get a tracking number from the shipping company.
2. Require a signature with the delivery.
3. If you won’t be home, have the company leave the package at a local shipping center.
4. Set up an obvious surveillance camera with your home security system.
5. If UPS is making the delivery, get onboard with their U.P.S. My Choice program, which sends an e-mail or text message to the customer just prior to package arrival; it will be rerouted if nobody is home.
6. Insist that the driver leave the package in an inconspicuous area.
7. Have the driver leave the package at your apartment’s or condo’s office.
8. Retrieve your mail as quickly as possible after delivery.
9. If you can’t retrieve it daily, have a trusted person get it.
10. If you’re traveling, have the post office hold your mail until you get back.
11. Never received mail you were expecting? Contact the sender to see if it was sent. If so, file a complaint with the post office. This also applies if the contents of mail are missing.
12. Bring your checks or money orders to a postal collection box (personally give it to a postal worker) for the delivery driver to pick up; don’t leave checks or money orders in your home mailbox.
13. Never leave packages outside your door.
14. Alert recipients of your packages as to when they are to expect them.
15. Insure any packages you send.