Tampa, Florida
Not resolved

We live in a remote area, although still accessable by any and all vehicles. Our driveway is 300 feet long and rather than drive all the way to the house, the lame driver dropped our package(s) over the fence into the pasture, about 50 feet down the driveway.

UPS's response, per usual was watered-down lip service and excuses a juvenile would have doubted.

The driver claimed he was concerned about our "bad dog" sign. Whoopty doo...the gate was open, the dogs are house brats. The kicker was his stating something to the effect of him not being permitted to come down the driveway. Several other UPS drivers and other delivery people have and no one else has had a problem.

The major irritation is the fact that he dropped the delivery over the fence into the pasture with the livestock.

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Your lucky he/she left the packages some where ! The UPS in Maryland leave packages or misplace them and then the driver to take the heat off him says he left the packages at someones address .UPS investigates they say and a employee Ree calls old sick people and threatens them with jail time,they tell her they never seen the package she calls them a liar !

The old lady had a stroke they upset her so bad and UPS jokes about it .Then they flag the address and the old people are forced to stay home all the time peeking out the window to get medicine UPS won't leave .Tells the people they have to come to a hub 40 miles away to pick up ! THEY ARE SICK,OLD AND CAN"T DRIVE ! UPS PEOPLE ARE EVIL AND NEEDS INVESTIGATION BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT !



is there a ups delivery scam going on? why won't they ring the bell when they drop off the packages, and why do they drop them off when it is dark outside, and why do they leave the packages far from the door itself???

this is why packages get stolen and maybe they set it up to happen???? help theives !