I was curious if Dish Network call tags are a nationwide disaster or if the rural South is the only area getting bombarded. Cable TV is not readily available in all areas here so a major part of the population relies on satellite TV. First you get an empty box to deliver to the customer. Then the next day you get another empty box to deliver. Is this UPS not being able to keep same day pkgs. together or does Dish send them out two days in a row? This would not even be a problem if the customers didn't live out in BFE on a 5 mile dead head dirt road. Then about 10 to 14 days later, here comes the call tag. A big portion of the people have already moved by the time you even deliver the boxes much less try to attempt the call tag. The rest simply ignore you by not coming to the door (reminds me of being the repo man)or ignoring the pick-up notice. I would venture to guess that I have actually only picked up between 5 to 10% of these packages on a call tag. What do these people hope to gain by keeping the receivers? When Dish Network turns off the signal, what good are they? The biggest percentage of these customers are impoverished families that just can't afford the bill from what I can tell. Although a few are just quitting one company and going to another or moving to another city. Those are the ones that either take them to a UPS store or have them ready for you to pick up. Whats your take on this? Seems like a money loser for UPS by the time I make 3 trips trying to make a p/u out in the boonies. Is this a nationwide problem or are we just lucky down here? We get bombarded every day. The call tag sheet is like 75% Dish Network.