We're blessed with GREAT local delivery folk for UPS, USPS and FedEx. We know each other by name, and often (pre Covid) would run to each other at a bar or music venue or some such place around town. The utter joy of small town life!I guess reading comprehension isn't high on the priority list for the delivery folks! LOL!
Occasionally packages here will be misdelivered, but that is understandable as we have several buildings which look alike and in addition they all have the same unit names, so easy for a new driver to deliver something to Unit D in building number 4 rather than to Unit D in building number 2 which is the one which actually ordered the product.
Usually it is for expensive, valuable items, and I think that the requirement is established by the seller of the product. However, with COVID-19, even expensive packages have been delivered without the recipient having to sign for it, and I think that as mentioned above, the delivery person quickly does the signature on their electronic device and moves on to the next delivery. A couple of times I've glanced out a window and seen the delivery person arriving and so have been at the door when he/she came with the package and they simply signed the electronic device themselves, having seen that I, the presumed intended recipient, was indeed present to receive it. One time a delivery person, still holding the package, asked my name and as I told him, he verified it by looking at the package and at his device.