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UPS left me a notice saying they were unable to leave my package because my signature was required. So today I wait for hours, even though I have a ton to do and my dad is in the hospital.

When UPS arrived I was told I did not need to sign, but they are just unable to leave a package if you live in a trailer.

WTF?! WHY do they discriminate? WHY did the delivery man LIE on the InfoNotice by checking the box that said I HAD to sign to receive my package?

UPS DISCRIMINATES AGAINST PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN TRAILERS. TELL EVERYONE!!!

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Anonymous
#228172

The notice says "written authorization required". If you flip the notice over, you would see there is a place to sign on the back allowing them to leave the package on your porch if you are not home. Then it becomes your responsibility if someone walks by and steals it:)

Anonymous
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UPS can't leave a package in a trailer park because it's considered high risk for being stolen. Generally there isn't a good place to put a package out of sight.

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