By siciliano12594 - 12/11/2012 18:40 - United States - Harrison
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Patience is virtue. But unfortunately your UPS person is an idiot. So your patience is wearing thin.
47- Actually if the package is very valuable, they should hold it at a local office and either attempt delivery again, or have the receiver pick it up with some sort of identification. At least that's what I've had to do when I wasn't home to accept a delivery.
I thought they just returned it to the post office and put a note in your mail box to inform you they were holding a package. That's what the UPS usually does to my packages if I'm not home. I'd be VERY pissed off if he/she just dumped it at a neighbors house or left it on my doorstep.
Maybe they're the type of people who leave spare keys? Or you could call them and ask if they had someone house sit who could let you in?
Well hopefully they will give it back OP; assuming they're coming back.
I'm interested in how you found this out. Did the UPS guy leave a note did your neighbors call you? I don't think it was the latter, since as you included the price of merchandise, it's implied that your neighbors moved permanently and took your stuff with them. I have a lot of questions for you, dear OP.
is a movie based in Canada, and revolved around the theme of neighborliness. I didn't expect too many people to get it, but now you know. It just seemed really relevant so I put it in. Not all of us comment for 'thumbs up'. How sad. I gave you a thumbs up out of pity, seeing as you were desperate.
I used to deliver for UPS; if you know you're getting such a package and you're not a regular you need to leave a note with instructions on your door and with the shipper. I rarely order when I do I leave a note to leave it at the deli across the street. If your neighbor steals it UPS will refund you.