San Francisco startup Doorman delivers packages, fighting theft

The Doorman service in San Francisco helps deliver packages in a timely manner, helping prevent theft and increasing convenience.

Published Wed, Nov 26 2014 5:19 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:13 PM CST

To counter package theft, and make e-commerce shopping and delivery easier, San Francisco Bay Area startup Doorman will deliver packages to customers. The service costs $4 per package, or frequent ecommerce buyers can pay $19 or $29 per month for the silver and gold packages. Deliveries are made from 6:00PM until midnight, currently available only in San Francisco.

San Francisco startup Doorman delivers packages, fighting theft | TweakTown.com

"Once it arrives, we notify you on your phone and then you use the Doorman app to schedule a delivery on your phone until midnight, seven days a week," said Zander Adell, Doorman founder.

Doorman is designed to make it more convenient for residents to receive their packages, while also helping prevent against theft. Throughout some parts in the Bay Area, package theft - taken off house porches and from apartment doorsteps - as thieves tend to take packages while people are away from their house in the afternoon.

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