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September 18th, 2008


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04:25 pm
Dear UPS :
Leaving blank delivery notes on successive days, then, when I actually am at home, ringing my door buzzer for just long enough for me to get up from my chair in front of the computer but not to answer the intercom, then dropping my parcels off at a flat three floors up and leaving yet another delivery slip, may not be the best way to go about the whole process of parcel delivery.

Yours etc,
David.
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From:gaspodia
Date:September 18th, 2008 03:40 pm (UTC)
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We have a shy postman who likes to dispense with the Doorbell Ringing stage and go straight to the Card Through the Letterbox stage. I've caught him out a few times when I've happened to be standing near the front door when he does it.
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From:reverancepavane
Date:September 18th, 2008 04:53 pm (UTC)
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I had no end of problems with parcel delivery for a while. I don't know why they feel that your neighbours in an apartment complex are alternate delivery addresses. But now he leaves a card, and usually in my post box). It only took numerous official complaints (my favourite was when he left a parcel at the post office without entering it in their registry book - they had no idea it was there until they did a stocktake).

I think my favourite was a private delivery guy who claimed to have left a parcel at my address (it wasn't for me or my address btw) and was rather panicked when the insurance investigators started enquiring about it's lack of delivery. Or at least that's what I think from the senior manager asking me where the mysterious parcel was a couple of days later.


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