The dumb mother fer "s left a package leaning up aginst a fence post at the nd of my driveway on monday and declared it delivered. I looked all over around the house and could not find it anywhere. so I called the local hub for ups and talked to a so called supervisor and he called me with the info that it was leaning up aginst a fence post at the end of my driveway. that is a lil of a 1/4 mile away . sure enough there it was right along side the county rd leaning there for everyone to see . $370 worth of gun parts right out there for the taking !!! needless to say I went ape chit on the so called supervisor, and to his credit he let me finish my rant and told me the driver will be giving me a call tomorrow. we will see !!!
Been there, done that. My solution was to install video cameras at the end of our driveway ... eventually led to our UPS driver being fired.
I gotta say, his supervisor didn't play when I finally drove the 51 miles to their hub to show him videos of the guy tossing the package out by the road. (Our driveway is long as well.)
There had actually been times when they claimed he tried delivering something several times when, in fact, he never even came by our drive ... which is what initially led me to installing the cameras. He just didn't want to come the couple of miles down our dirt road.
The new driver said there's a notation in my route information, "don't lie about delivering here, owner has cameras everywhere."
I laughed when he read that to me. New driver, have had him for over a year now, we like a lot but he warned us this anti-gun thing was coming.
These drivers know when there are guns in the boxes. I think the last two sent to me by SIG were via FedEx.
UPS can afford to do this now because of their new Amazon contract.