Frequently Asked Questions
Would you trust a deposit safe?
While a well-made deposit safe is definitely secure, it’s only suitable for specific activities and endeavors. It definitely won’t be suitable for home use. However, it is designed to be effective and secure enough for use in banks, corporations, government agencies, and more.
Who uses depository safes?
Anyone who works at the places above will probably at one time or another use a depository safe with a keypad lock, a combination lock, a key lock, or another locking mechanism. However, the employer or agency will likely be the one to decide who has access to the safe.
How to use a depository safe?
A depository safe, much like a drop safe, has a slot near the top that allows different people to deposit important mail, sensitive documents, credit cards, cheques, and more. Some depository safes come with two or more doors to control who has access to the contents. One door may be accessible to some, but another door may be accessible to fewer people.
What to store in dropbox safes?
A dropbox safe can store different kinds of items, as long as they fit into the drop slot. These can be items that need to be kept safe from theft or misuse, such as credit cards, paycheques, personal documents, data sheets, and more.