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PLEASE Bill Patton 310 480 XXXX Reply I refuse to use UPS, but in some cases, I have no choice. This means I am at the mercy of not only an incompatant federal system, but the brown trucks as well. I’ve even went so far as to call the UPS office in the country where my package is coming from, they won’t even bother to discuss it with me. I was told that I could not contact them directly and was promised a time for delivery, which never happened.
My disabled son gets SSI, and they require a debit card. Needless to say I paid for shipping, don’t have the card, and now I have no money for diapers and food for my child. To make matters worse I have to speak to an agent in a foreign country who has no idea what a social security is nor why I can’t just train my autistic child to speak and use a toilet. They told me they’d call me back in an hour with an update on where my package is, no call, so I called them, was told they never said that. Arrival Scan Baltimore, MD, United States 12/18/2017 P. I asked to speak to someone in charge and was told I could only speak to the persons at the 1800 number.
Instead of putting the envelope on the porch as instructed, or simply dropping it into the mailbox which leads inside to the porch, he AGAIN put the envelope on the porch.
We are livid and are instructing everyone who delivers to us to use another carrier, any other carrier, than the illiterate or careless UPS delivery guy.
In 2001, the company acquired Mail Boxes Etc and the UPS Stores is introduced 2 years later. There is still a package missing, but that is your new service postal sure with the post office in South Carolina.A handheld device called Delivery Information Acquisition Device (DIAD) was created to record and upload delivery information to the UPS network immediately upon pickup by every UPS driver.In 1992, UPS began tracking all ground shipments electronically. and I spend a great deal of money shipping parcels to all of them.This was unique in its day when most deliveries were done on foot or by bicycle.In 1919, the name United Parcel Service is adopted when the company opens an office in Oakland, California. The company headquarters has moved to NYC soon after.