The other day a coworker of mine made a delivery attempt at a residence and found no one to be home. He works an area of town lovingly referred to as "the hood" as it is a very low-income, crime-filled area. So he left a del. notice. The next day he's doing his rounds and he gets a message over the diad. Customer called from that house and asked that the driver please come to the back door. I guess that house contained a couple of suites and the driver was ringing the wrong doorbell. So he goes around the back and there is a staircase leading up to a second floor balcony. He looks up and there is a guy sitting on a chair. The resident sees the upser and comes down the stairs and says "do you have my package?" Driver gives it to him and all is well. The next day a concern comes from that same address wherein the resident claims he did not receive his package. From my way of thinking there are two possible scenarios here. First, the resident did indeed get his package and is just lying in an attempt to get free stuff out of UPS. Second and more unlikely is that a neighbour saw the driver come and leave a notice on the first attempt. THis person then grabbed the notice, called UPS and had the driver come to the back door where he then waited all day and intercepted the package. Your thoughts?