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I have 4 UPS packages delivered to my address in a month. 3 of them I just simply dropped them off at the correct address...one was like way off and there was no way to return it as it had initials only.
Anyone else see this happening? I find it hard to believe anyone could fuck up a delivery with GPS as these addresses had the same house number but different streets all together. I will never send or receive anything especially sensitive items through UPS.
 
IronSoul

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I hope this is not part of a recent scam that I have seen. I saw one case where these fucking scammers paid this uber driver to go to a home and pick up a package. The package was supposed to be 10k from an old man they were threatening simultaneously. Woman goes to get the package and the man goes out and kills her. Shit is wild. I doubt that this is your situation, but you can't fuck up that much lol
 
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That's crazy...I can't give a reason other than possible incompetence by an employee or two?
 
Wallyd

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I think it’s because this new generation coming up doesn’t seem to care about a dam thing.
I’ve had packages left at the wrong place a lot. I got a picture & an email saying my package was delivered. During the week I’m just in an apartment building so the doors are pretty similar but the door mats are a dead give away. I immediately knew it was at the wrong address.
I jumped in the truck, chased down the Amazon driver & told them they just dropped off over $300 worth of shit to the wrong address. I followed her fat sassy ass from building to building watching her walk up & down stairs until she found my packages. Next step was a phone call to customer service.

I see it at work often. Not all but a lot of this new batch coming up just have zero drive, or ambition.
 
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Pretty sad when Fed Ex is even worse. A friend of mine works for Fed Ex and gets paid approx. $25 hr. plus benefits. Another friend was hired by Fed Ex as a sub-contractor w/ no benefits and uses his own vehicle and get paid over $50 hr. Both of these guys do good work unlike most of the others which I don't get as there all def. getting paid enough to do good work.
 
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I have 4 UPS packages delivered to my address in a month. 3 of them I just simply dropped them off at the correct address...one was like way off and there was no way to return it as it had initials only.
Anyone else see this happening? I find it hard to believe anyone could fuck up a delivery with GPS as these addresses had the same house number but different streets all together. I will never send or receive anything especially sensitive items through UPS.
We get this shit all the time with UPS and especially with Amazon. I saw the same thing, GPS would have taken you right to our driveway and the numbers on the front of our how would match the package. Seems like these companies would get rid of drivers that can't deliver to the right address.
 
BD Cool

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We get this shit all the time with UPS and especially with Amazon. I saw the same thing, GPS would have taken you right to our driveway and the numbers on the front of our how would match the package. Seems like these companies would get rid of drivers that can't deliver to the right address.
Same here. It's common, especially with Amazon. Sometimes the deliveries aren't even close to where they should be.
 
NuSciencePeptides

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We get this shit all the time with UPS and especially with Amazon. I saw the same thing, GPS would have taken you right to our driveway and the numbers on the front of our how would match the package. Seems like these companies would get rid of drivers that can't deliver to the right address.

About 1% of all our shipments are "lost", stolen or show delivered but the buyer "never received it".

Doesn't sound like a lot but it adds up.
 
parttimer

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Shit, our USPS person flat out told us they scan items delivered, and if there isn't room in the kiosk, they leave them in their van and try to put them in a kiosk box later. One time we ordered a vacuum, it showed delivered, in our mailbox. How do you fit an upright vacuum in a mailbox, thieves.

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genetic freak

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UPS delivery here is pretty spot on. It is small town and I talk fishing with the guy all the time. However, USPS has some serious issues. They hire anyone to do their rural routes. I was getting a lot of dumb shit happening and started watching the lady who does the deliveries. I observed her health, hygiene/appearance drop rapidly in a couple months (drugs). I contacted the post master to ask if they are drug testing people and only those actually employed by USPS. Those rural carriers are sub-contracted. I told him he may want to pay attention to this one, because if you couldn't tell she was on something you are clueless.
 
jipped genes

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USPS is terrible about that. UPS and fedex, never had a prob.
 
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