Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Dsrbdm, Apr 17, 2016.
New air driver.can anyone explain to me how to use the multi check function. Thanks
Enter the amount of the first check then hit multcheck softkey and enter the second. AmtDue should 0 out.
Do I scan the second package after the first amount is put in just not sure of the whole process.
Scan pkg...big arrow down..enter amount..big arrow up...scan 2nd pkg..enter amount..big arrow up...repeat til all pkgs r scanned...then back on delivery screen hit big arrow down n it will pull up all c.o.d.s and their amounts
Yes..it won't let u scan anyone else til u put in amount..that's when u hit big arrow up to get back to delivery screen
Awesome thank you.
You only use multcheck if you have more than one check for one COD package (for example a COD that is $1500 but is money order only. The maximum money order amount most places offer is $1000, so the receiver will get one for $1000 and one for $500).
When you're first starting out, if you have multiple COD packages to deliver, it's easiest to scan them one at a time and get a check or sheet it No Money before scanning the second, or you'll just get confused. It's hard to explain on here but once you figure it out you'll see how easy it is.
You are getting yourself confused about multi check.
DriveInDriveOut gave a clear explanation here:
This helps alot I've done cod with just the one package which is easy just haven't done the multi check cod for example two packages from two shippers with two checks.
Once again, muti-check is only used when you have (more than one check presented) to pay a COD amount on a single package.
Your right I was confused. I understand stand what your saying now . I was thinking if they had just more than one check use multi check .so the only use for that function is like you said if they have for example two money orders for a single package then once they are put in the screen will zero out to let you know all money was collected.
According to the new rules cod fish are strictly prohibited for taking .
When I bring them up in my lobster traps , I am mandated to release them . What a waste of a good meal .
Not exactly. It could be a multi package COD shipment with more than one COD tag. It is used when you have more COD checks than tags from the same shipper. For instance it could be 3 COD packages with a COD tag on every package but paid for with something like 5 or 6 checks.
Now that reply sounds like your a 20 year driver who does these a lot. You learn fast!
So if there are more then once check for a single COD use multi check function but if it's one check per COD use the COD function.
All you are doing with multi is adding more lines to enter more checks when necessary. Don't try to make it overly complicated.
I'm sure just like everything else in the diad it more trial and error.learn by experience I'm just trying to get a heads up since I will be temp driving at peak this year.
Did you just recently pass the orientation class to become a utility driver? If so they usually have those study guides/training packets you might look at.
I just signed up for temp driving last week but I will ask about the packets. Right now I run the air shuttle in the morning and air driver on Saturday
Wonder how long until COD becomes a thing of the past?
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