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  • yup (Score:2, Insightful)

    The sounds about right for UPS.

    They ended up returning two different packages that were meant to go to my home address within a couple of days of each other. Why? Apparently their computer told them to deliver the packages to an office I worked in over two years ago (that I guess I must have had a package redirected to at some point). The company I worked for doesn't even occupy that office anymore. And here's the kicker: This was without even attempting a delivery to my home. Yay smart!
  • All the delivery companies are, as far as I can tell, crap. UPS does the sort of thing you said. Also, they tend to happily deliver to unsafe locations, but never to good ones. and following tell the story of my amazing ordeal with getting my iPod delivered. In the end, it was only luck that I managed to get it. I ordered office supplies before my current business trip, to be delivered to my home, and they went to the office, despite the address on the box
  • just opt to pick it up at their distro center. It may be out of the way and inconvenient but at least I get packages.