Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Andwhett, Nov 10, 2018.
i hope you enjoy it i guess gumby is a prevert
Our high value paperwork usually arrives two or 3 days after the pkg.
Never put a package in a mail box and never sign for a customer. Scratch dont mean ish to that.
Except for at the end of the night... (Turn in)
@Wally where is the Forest Gump running gif.
Scratch driving doesn’t help during accidents or dishonesty. They can observe you jumping from the top step and not give a . But the second you get hurt you’re on your own. Same goes for signing for customers.
At least you did the right thing and told them the truth. That goes a long way.
Although the package wasn’t identified as high value, loss prevention said it was a T-Mobile package, and His name was signed.
When I come up to a consignee who is paralyzed from the waist down. I sign my own name.
That had nothing to do with their arms and hands.
12k package from T-Mobile going to a residential sounds fishy. Bit with all of the technology they have, they should be able to track those phones if they are activated.
A $12,000 phone? Was is sig required?
What was the process?
I send back my mother's signature required medication because she wasn't home. Though titties.
I do it for a customer who has a medical condition that prevents him from writing at all. I spell out his name in print only if he there to accept the package and doesn’t have anyone else there to sign.
You are going to go crazy thinking about this bad decision
Separate names with a comma.