meangel20 wrote: Accidentally hit yes too fast because I assumed this was just delivery to your door (like Instacart or etc.), but actually entering the house? No way. I would not trust someone random to enter your home to do this.
Are you afraid they will steal your stashed supply of Ramen noodles ?
Even if there was minimal risk, I wouldn't like someone random entering where I live and having access, unless maybe they're highly monitored/have a bodycam on (to make sure they don't steal/tamper/etc.).
The delivery person will be unable to access your residence unless their body cam is streaming and active.
But even with a body cam it does not prevent theft. The cam can only film to a specific angle, it's not 360, so a clever thief can take objects whist standing at the correct angle and making sure they are a blind angle to the camera
In your case since you hide the Ramen noodle packs under the bed, that will be a bit more difficult and too revealing, so you are safe
Should just leave it at the door for the time being. Any "smart entry system" is open to potential pitfalls that can backfire.
True, but leaving at the door might not be a safe option and might violate some health codes, unless you are living in north pole or live inside an Igloo
Some items are required to be kept frozen or refrigerated, so it is not a good idea to leave that refrigerated or frozen meat outside at your door step - you don't want to ever refreeze thawed meat or leave perishable items more than 2 hours outside.