I have a UPS store pick up on my route. I like the owner a lot and most of the employees that work there. Well, when they're not on the internet that is. They constantly surf the web and wait till the last minute to process the packages and hold me up almost every day. But that not my major gripe. Lately, when I go in to load up their stuff, I've noticed that the weights of the packages are WAY off. Like a huge 65 lb. package that has 10 lbs. on it. I've seen packages being naturally well over 70 lbs. and dimensionally overweight both still have like 15 lbs. on it. They have a scale right there! They have no excuse. But they can't be bothered to get off the internet or their phones and weigh the stuff. And it's got their account number on the bar code-- not a drop off package. I've said "if you're going to put a weight on it anyway, why not put the right one on it?" That's when he gave me the lame excuse such as "why should I bother if we're not making any money on it" type of tripe. How lazy can you be?! I don't know how UPS stores work when it comes to that stuff. I've complained about it on occasion, but one of the workers told me that weighing packages doesn't affect how much they charge. I'm like WTF? I didn't believe them, but that's the excuse they used. It's not my goal to get anyone there in trouble, but I don't want to see me or anyone else down the line get hurt by improper weights being applied to the labels. I've told them about the safety concerns but the problem still persists. I'm contemplating talking to the owner if it doesn't get resolved soon. I have to go there almost every day and don't really want to start some crap, but I want this resolved to my satisfaction. Does anyone know how the UPS store would truly operate on this matter? Can I refuse to pick up these packages until they are properly weighed? I mean, seriously, their job is to weigh crap, right?! Any help?