Oh, UPS refuses to talk to me directly. I have to ask the seller to talk to them, since he's the one who bought the label.Delora Filth said:What's their reasoning behind it?
If they've given any.
That's the weird part: Googling my address shows my exact location. I think the trouble is that the road was renamed about 50 years ago, and they're refusing to update their records. Sometimes they'll find it if I put both the current and old address on the package, but that's a crapshoot too. Amazingly, FedEx doesn't have this problem. So naturally no one on Ebay will use FedEx.Lord Brutus said:That's really weird, Shatari. Everyone in the US should have a street address by now which can be located by Google Earth.
...Well, there goes my entire repertoire of jokes.Lord Brutus said:No sense being a dumbass just because you know how.
It's UPS policy; the seller is their client, whereas they don't know me from Adam. I can call them to try and straighten up future packages, but since I've already done that multiple times it doesn't seem to be sticking.Delora Filth said:What did you do to piss off the UPS man so he won't talk to you?