Since getting back on my trip I've been getting a lot of DFU's from the guy that covered for me during Peak. No biggie. I expected as much. It would've happened if I was on it as well, so it's not his fault. The people in the area are just scumbags. Today I had a Denial of Signature DFU. I noticed the address and knew right away that the people that live there are dirtbags. They use bed sheets as curtains, leave trash all over their steps, and they're always arguing whenever I go there. Was not surprised that they were denying a signature. Probably thought they could get over on our "new guy". I saved the stop for almost dead last. I had an Over 70 Call tag to hit after the tracer, and then I was finished. I parked on the corner, and walked around to the house. When I knocked a kid answered the door. I told him I needed to speak with Mrs. Brown. (Oh the irony. What can this Brown do for me?) He turned around and yelled "GRANDMA!" Now a few other kids came to the door to see who was there, and then their Grandma finally approached. She seemed pretty nice, and actually invited me in and out of the cold. I explained that I was there doing a follow-up on a package that was delivered in December, and that we obtained a signature when we delivered it. I showed her the signature, and she said "That's my daughter." I asked her "Are you [Name on DFU]?" and she said "yes". She tells me that she got the package, the items (points to them on the table), and that her daughter had signed for the package. I showed her where to sign off on the DFU, and just as I'm leaving her daughter walks up the steps and sees me. First thing out of her mouth is "I aint got my package yet! You owes me my money back!". I didn't even have to say a word. Grandma took over and said "What? We got the package. It's right there!" (points to it), and then says "Stop wasting this guys time. You're not getting your money back". Haha! Grandma saved the day. She busted her own daughter on trying to scam us. Some days I love seeing people stand-up for what's right. Tonight she made my day.