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(05-16-2012 12:31 PM)bbills1999 Wrote:
(05-16-2012 01:22 PM)jeep1991 Wrote: Sorry to here that, Steve. My old UPS driver was not my biggest fan. I used to live in an apartment complex and would get heavy parts for my modified Jeep quite regularly. I usually was not home for deliveries so it was typical for me to see the UPS label on my door. Then I would walk down to the office and grab it. One day I was home for the delivery but it never came. I started to head to the office to inquire about it and I see the UPS label on my door. There was no way he knocked and I didn't hear, but I give him the benefit of the doubt. A couple weeks later I am home for delivery again. I see the truck roll into the complex, so I sit and wait. About 15 minutes later I see him drive to the office, offload a ton of packages and head out. I look up my tracking number and it's marked as delivered. Check my door, there is the notice. What this driver was doing was just going around to all of the doors and leaving delivery notices like he had missed the people. Then dropping all of the packages to the office. Basically he did not want to haul peoples' packages up and down stairs for delivery, which is his job.....I was livid so I called the UPS hub to complain. 45 minutes later the driver is standing at my door with my 150 pound package looking like he wanted to murder me. The hub had sent him back to the complex, he had to go fetch my package from the office and bring it to my door. That day I had wished I lived on the third floor instead of the ground floor.
Moral of the story? Don't be lazy, do your job right the first time. You might tick off the wrong guy.