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Parcel pirates – One in eight Kiwis have had a package stolen from their home

1 March, 2021 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Scoop, 01 March 2021

News highlights:

  • 13% of respondents have had a parcel stolen in the last 12 months
  • More than a third (37%) of parcel theft victims said the value exceeded $100
  • Simple ways to protect yourself against parcel theft

Thousands of Kiwis have fallen victim to so-called “parcel pirates” over the past year according to new research by Finder, a financial research and comparison site in New Zealand.

A new, nationally representative Finder survey of 1,501 New Zealanders aged 18 and above has revealed that 13% of respondents – equivalent to more than 478,000 people – have had a parcel stolen in the last 12 months.

Of those who have had a package stolen*, 60% said their parcel was worth over $50, while more than a third (37%) said the value exceeded $100.

This study was designed by Finder and conducted by data and insights business, Pureprofile.

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