My wife received her "surepost" package last week and it was a mess. The box looked as if the postal lady spilled her coffee all over it (and in it). It was bagged up and sitting on our front porch. She called to USPS to complain and they said it was shipped to them by UPS in that condition. It was a large box so there was no way it would have fit in a "surepost" bag. Also, "I" (yes ME) am the one that LOADED the truck that sent these packages to the USPS. That particular day the postal stuff was loaded RDC and was under the belt until the end of my shift. I know for sure that I didn't load a package that looked like that. The postal lady came back to pick up the package since my wife refused to touch the mess. She said that they always bag a box that was leaking from the inside. Funny thing is that the box contents were posters and paper stuff for my wife's classroom. "Leaking from the inside"? WHAT? USPS must not have a "don't touch, leave the area, notify a sup" policy. When my wife contacted the company to have the shipment replaced she specifically asked NO SUREPOST. The shipper said they had no control over what UPS did with the package. We are not located in a rural area and UPS goes by my house everyday. I normally pull our packaged off the truck but I can't touch a surepost. Surepost is killing the business! They are taking at least 3-4 routes out of our small center! That could be MY route!