If I have a UPS delivery driver that absolutely refuses to knock or ring my doorbell when I receive a package, what can I do about it? So far this has happened three times in a row and the only times when I have had packages actually delivered to my home was when he had a fill-in driver. The rest of the time I receive one of those yellow/orange "InfoNotice" that UPS "attempted" delivery stuck to my door. This is especially irritating when I'm 10' on the other side of the door and had he knocked or rang I could have easily have heard him and answered the door, but I do admire his ninja-like skills in avoiding detection. The first time this happened I was able to run after him and catch him at his truck before he left my complex and I asked him why he did that and he claimed he knocked and rang the doorbell "a bunch of times". I told him I was on the other side of that door and had he knocked or rang the bell I would have heard him. I figured he would have gotten the message after that, but no, he didn't. The next time it happened, I couldn't catch him but I did call the local UPS distribution center and asked the customer relations person to please ask him not to do that anymore. It just happened again. The third time was this Friday. So, at this point I can only conclude that this is intentional, and I'm wasting my time dealing with customer service operators at the Chula Vista facility and that I need to escalate this thing so I don't have to drive twenty miles in each direction to get a UPS packages. So, what's the best way to handle this? Does UPS just blow off all customer complaints unless there is ironclad photographic evidence or do I stand a chance of actually receiving a UPS delivery at my door like I'm supposed to? Thanks!