Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Savvy412, Mar 31, 2016.
Looks fake as hell. I've never seen an info notice like that
I actually just found out its fake..The note isnt fake..just the INFO notice..I wonder what he did. lol..
No way he took it, unless he/she is a MORON. Let me see, 20 bucks for 90K a year? No thanks.
That looks like a legitimate notice (that style was used a long time ago) but the picture is a fake situation.
Money, no. Sexual favors,yes.
All the veteran drivers on here are just shaking their head at you right now !!!
My center manager on day 1 of seeing I wasn't scanning barcodes of the latest and greatest info notice style. Told me to toss them immediately. If the picture isn't really old I doubt this is real. Could probably look up how old that bill is by the serial number.
20 bucks to forge a signature and possibly lose your job or work for another 30 something minutes and make that while maintaining a job and retiring with a nice pension.
I'm sure it was a real tough decision.
My issue would of been, if the money is gone when they come home, and I didn't take it, how do I prove my innocence. You know UPS. Guilty until proven innocent.
Probably won't be as much of a problem for that 1 in 100 driver who would once customers can start actively hunting us down using our company's driver stalking tool next month, amirite?!
I'm not a huge fan of it either. I like more of an ETA based system than a live tracking.
Take'a the moola and run with that package
Around here that money would have been gone before the customer got to the end of the road.
Then complains that he/she didn't hear the driver and package was on their porch overnight.
That'll be the house with the camera that captures the viral video. I figure every one of my stops has 5 cameras even if I don't see any.
I have seen a Fedex delivery notice meme that looked just like the first post in that the door looked the same and had a twenty on it. The wording was different, the consignee was waiting on some car parts that needed signing for.
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