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A lockbox or lock box refers to a box, container or otherwise enclosed space with a built-in lock. Examples include:

Physical storage[edit]

  • Bank vault, a secure space where money, valuables, records, and documents are stored
  • Post office box, a rented secure mailbox at a post office
  • Safe, a secure lockable box used for securing valuable objects
  • Safes for holding keys
    • Knox Box, a small, wall-mounted safe that stores the key to a building, used by firefighters and emergency services
    • Real-estate lock box, a box that stores the keys to a building, used by real-estate agents
  • Safe deposit box, a secure container for storage of valuables, usually in a bank

Financial services[edit]

  • Lockbox (accounts receivable), a service offered to organizations by commercial banks to simplify collection and processing of accounts receivable

See also[edit]

  • Locker, a small lockable storage compartment
  • Keychain, small ring or chain of metal to which several keys can be attached