It's obvious that FedEx is concerned about social media. For quite awhile, they have had shills circulating amongst various sites using different usernames who try to deflect any criticism of the company. One is assigned here, but there have been others in the past. Officially, FedEx has a social media policy that attempts to dissuade employees from saying bad things about the company. However, as long as you state that you are expressing opinions, and not statements of fact on behalf of the company, there really isn't anything they can do. This is why you never should directly identify yourself on this or any other site, or provide explicit details (exact stop counts, station locations, etc.) that could allow them to easily identify you. Once you're known, you can be harassed and "disciplined", up to and including termination. For those of you that love FedEx, you have IamFedEx.com, the official FedEx site where criminally stupid employees profess their love and undying devotion to Fred and his wonderful company. They have an enormous interest in generating positive "news" about FedEx, whether it be happy employees, a green FedEx, or the latest Panda Transport Mission (PTM). My suggestion is that you bombard social media with the truth about this shathole. I'm about to have some extra time, and I'm finally going to start Twittering etc. and helping to spread the word. The problem with the truth is that it cannot be suppressed indefinitely. FedEx knows this, and is attempting countermeasures. They won't work. Let the world know how great Fred is. They will have Dano and their other manure-spreaders attempting to fight back, but that is expensive. Invest a few minutes of your time, and let the public know just how wonderful FedEx is, especially concerning their focus on profit over safety. The Orland tragedy has FedEx in the media crosshairs...pull the trigger.