Boyd, Texas
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Radiator in my truck started leaking (plastic tanks) - so I ordered a new all metal radiator. UPS shows up and my wife sees the box and told him we won't accept that (huge hole) its damaged. He says something rude to her and then literally runs off the property when she insists that we won't accept it.

So I call UPS, they will send him back out to pick it up, and get me a new one next week (of course it happens on memorial day weekend). I ask her about the rental car, loss of use and she states that UPS Policy says they cannot be held accountable for consequential damages.

So I quote to her, Texas Law that such policies are VOID (TEXAS BUSINESS AND COMMERCE CODE ANN. § 17.42 : Texas Statutes - Section 17.42: WAIVERS: PUBLIC POLICY (a) Any waiver by a consumer of the provisions of this subchapter is contrary to public policy and is unenforceable and void;)

Federal & State UCC state that they ARE responsible for the damage; no different than if they had wrecked my truck directly and Texas Consumer Protection laws say they are responsible for the property.

She checks with her supervisor and confirms that they don't care about Texas consumer protection laws, its company policy and that I can just do what ever I think I need to do about it.

Well, Okay - rental truck is 158.25 a day and I'm not working because of it so another 500.00 per day so once its fixed no problem; I will file a suit in court. See if your company policy impresses a judge & jury.

Its funny (odd) that companies like this 'think' because they are a global corporation that they can do whatever they want; and I guess in most of the cases they get away with it. If more people would take them to court (IE: hit them where it hurts; the pocketbook) I bet things would change really fast.

Review about: Radiator.

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Anonymous
Houston, Texas, United States #1278341

Guess he has moved on to making a stink about another business with a fresh audience?

Anonymous
Corvallis, Oregon, United States #1232593

Funny he hasn't been back to claim victory.

Anonymous
#1163461

His 2 year time limit has now expired!

If it was me, I woulda spent less time on the Internet claiming how I know the law, and spewing excuses about being "too busy"

and taken care of business to get my thousands I am entitled to!

Now, he is entitled to ZERO for not filing within the time frame permitted by law.

MattD78

So it's been two years now. Any updates?

Anonymous
#1112505

Tick, Tick, Tick.

The clock is running out on your time limit to file on this!

I am guessing after conferring with folks who practice law, he was told to go ahead and waste his money if he wants, just so he can lose!

Anonymous
#1054134

Guess he can't admit he lost and keeps coming up with excuses instead.

Anonymous
#1031974

Cabrone charone9, can't admit s/he's wrong; must suck to always be a 'victim,' sweetheart

Anonymous
#1021236

I guess if any of us book a Hotel through a Travel Agent, and the room is a complete pit.

By this guys logic, the hotel should refund the money to us since we paid for the hotel room.

In reality, we have to get our money back from the Travel Agent, since that is who we paid for the accomodations.

Wouldn't put it past this guy to have a story where this exact scenario happened and he sued the hotel for refusing to refund him his money.

Anonymous
#1014645

So, if I was to order a dozen eggs from a place that ships out fresh from the Chickens, and they put them in the same container that you see in the store, and they arrive broken, I can sue UPS for breaking the eggs?

Nick1346
#1002301

Well, May 23, 2015 has come and gone.This officially happened over a year ago and you still haven't filed a suit because you claim to be "too busy" to deal with $4200+ lawsuit as you stated.

I think you realized that UPS is not liable to you but you refuse to admit publicly that you were wrong. It's okay, I understand your point of view and why you're upset. Sure, they damaged your radiator and they paid out the claim for the insured value (likely just $100) but in no way do they owe you for truck rental or lost income. That's why they paid for the lawyers to write up that huge contract!

Either way, I'm sure you're on with your life now and not dwelling on this.So, best of luck buddy!

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