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By Anonymous - / Thursday 9 August 2018 15:00 /
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By  user53658  |  13

Why are you assuming that he opened the package? And besides, I think he is being nice calling her, he also could have just thrown the package in the garbage.

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  Gamessence  |  14

Never said that he opened it

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  chyiochan  |  27

Its UPS, an independent company, not government. Not Illegal, UPS could go after the ex for value of item or they just eat the cost/refund shipper so OP can get her items again. if it was USPS, her Ex would be in a lot of trouble if he opened it. It's nice enough that he called though?

By  user53658  |  13

Why are you assuming that he opened the package? And besides, I think he is being nice calling her, he also could have just thrown the package in the garbage.

By  RichardPencil  |  25

He’s probably laughing at you because now you have to pay money to get a “package” delivered to your door, when you used to get free “package” delivery at home.

Or was his “package” delivery the problem in your marriage? Maybe he was delivering the “package” to the wrong address?

By  Redgy22  |  25

I call B.S on delivery to last known address. They're responsible for getti.g to the correct address which is why there are tracking numbers on every package. UPS doesn't just leave them at addresses not on the label unless it's a neighbor who signed for it.

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  chyiochan  |  27

My only thought is that if OP has a UPS account, you can add alternate shipping destinations if first attempt is not available. But even then, rarely do my UPS packages require a signature unless its a high-end item from an electronic/phone store.

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