Drivers getting signatures in the 90's.

Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by JK111, Oct 15, 2013.

  1. JK111

    JK111 New Member

    Hi all,

    Working on a residency matter. What did FedEx drivers input in the 'Supertracker' in the 90's if they just left a package or received a indirect signature? Did they just default to the intended recipient's name. Is there any situation that defaults to the intended recipients matter. Looking for what really happened instead of perhaps policy if not one and the same.

    Thanks.

    JK111
     
  2. Mr. 7

    Mr. 7 The monkey on the left.

    Still working this case, huh?

    6 pages on the last thread, don't think you're gonna get too far this time either. Just the same bunch of monkeys, here, in the FedEx forums.
     
  3. Cactus

    Cactus Just telling it like it is

    And to you friend our answers are the same.
     
  4. hypo hanna

    hypo hanna Well-Known Member

    Nothing new to add here except this; If your whole case hinges on whether or not a fedex driver followed policy and procedure, I would suggest your client find another lawyer.
     
  5. MrFedEx

    MrFedEx Engorged Member

    We explained this ad nauseum earlier. Give it up.
     
  6. TheJackal

    TheJackal Active Member

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  7. fedupforsure

    fedupforsure Member

    in the 90s we did not have the blanket resi release program. We had to get signatures unless they had a release number on file and we put that in the power pad
     
  8. TheJackal

    TheJackal Active Member

    Corrected.....there were no PP in the 90's.
     
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2013
  9. Doc Sorting Dude

    Doc Sorting Dude Active Member

    Kinda miss the ol' Dads unit where you could look at pups and send messages from the center console.
     
  10. fedupforsure

    fedupforsure Member

    sorry trackers
     
  11. hypo hanna

    hypo hanna Well-Known Member

    After 8 or 9 years of working the bugs out, they weren't so bad. That's when we went to power pads and started all over. UGH!