I wfh so I'm not worried about it but they basically said they only let their top tier drivers do this.Yea, i'm not giving someone that makes just barely over minimum wage access to my garage when i'm not home.
I delivered for a last-mile Amazon delivery contractor 3 years ago. I'd get these all the time, usually just a front door code to a house/townhouse/garage. Weirded me out unlocking a stranger's house, I'd open the door just far enough to get the package in and left.I heard them advertising Walmart employees who will deliver groceries AND PUT THEM AWAY FOR YOU recently.
I can’t even begin to fathom who thought giving Walmart employees access to your home was a good idea