This is my first time ever using UPS, and let me assure you... It will be the last.
I ordered a package online going on 2 weeks ago, the business had it to the ups store in a matter of 2 days. The package was coming from oklahoma, to north carolina. I know that the area recently had significant snowfall, and im not expecting a company to put their drivers in any danger. But can anyone explain how a package delivered via fedex made it from california to north carolina, ordered on the same day, in 6 days?
Yet im still waiting on UPS... Now fedex did NOT pull up in my driveway in a tank or anything, just the regular box truck... So are the weather conditions out there really that bad, or is this just an excuse for UPS to drag ***, and from the other complaints I have read on here, go through everyones packages and take what they want,and to take breaks to play "package soccer"?
I know that customer service did not like the fact that I mentioned fedex delivered when they themselves have taken well over twice the time, to deliver half the distance..... Company sounds a bit sketchy to me, maybe it's time for a lawsuit?