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I paid $62.00 to have a small package sent for next day delivery. That was on a Thursday morning. I understand there was bad weather on Friday so I had no problem with a day delay. The tracking said it arrived on the UPS station (about 10 miles away from delivery) on a Saturday morning. However, it was not delivered until 10:45 on Monday.

Meanwhile…… the people I had sent the package to sent me a package on the same day through the post office. They paid $5.20 to mail it and I received it on that Saturday.

What a disgrace. Send your packages through the post office.

Monetary Loss: $62.

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Anonymous
Titusville, Florida, United States #769931

So then you should get the difference back between Next day and 2nd day since it was 2 business days, but yeah unless you pay for Saturday delivery it goes to the next business day which is Monday. The post office has no such issues regarding Saturday delivery, until they decide to stop Saturday delivery altogether.

Anonymous
Walla Walla, Washington, United States #769895

Guaranteed Service Refund.

Learn it, love it, live it.

Simple as that.

Anonymous
Newark, New Jersey, United States #769777

If there was a weather issue on Friday, Monday was the next business day. Why is that so difficult to understand?

Anonymous
to common sense #769836

Not hard to understand.What is hard to understand is why something mailed on the same day from the post office only cost 5.20 and was delivered on Saturday.

Why use UPS if the post office can do it better and cheaper?

Anonymous
to APHG2000 Newark, New Jersey, United States #769845

I see, so when something isn't guaranteed, has no value coverage, has no tracking and can't be rerouted once shipped, that makes it better.

Oh, you mean the price was less? Yeah, funny when you don't ask for those extra services, or don't need them, the price is less.

Btw a yugo costs less than a cadillac as well. Of course it will still haul your fat carcass across town, just the same.

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