She didn't trust her movers. A single Apple AirTag proved she was right. AirTags are being used for all sorts of evil purposes. They're also proving to be very useful for many people.'For the record, I don't trust movers. Typically you have day laborers with addictions, often multiple felonies being trusted to pack, load, transport, unload and unpack your items. I move every two-three years and always do the move myself.
McNulty also knows that moving companies aren't universally reliable. It's not just that they can break things or lose things. It's that, well, they may not always deliver the facts in a way that's actually factual.
So McNulty slid an AirTag into one of her family's moving boxes containing her son's toys. They had a long way to go, from Fort Carson, Colorado to Fort Drum, New York.
You'll be stunned when I tell you the boxes didn't turn up on time. They were a month late. A promise of a Friday delivery became the promise of a Sunday delivery. You know how these things go.
The driver finally called McNulty and told her that he was just picking up her family's boxes in Colorado.
The call didn't go well. You see, McNulty had already checked the location of her AirTag. She knew it was in Elizabeth, New Jersey, not far from her new home.
"I made him aware that I knew he was only four hours away from us," she told the Military Times. "He called back several minutes later trying to bargain with me to see if he could deliver it on Sunday or Monday."
"Where was the driver?," you might ask. Allegedly seeing a lady friend, said McNulty.