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I'm getting that copy of iWork that Brian is sending me. The Fed-Ex tracking said it was supposed to be delivered on 8-18 w/indirect signature required. I know I'm going to be at the cabin on the 18th so I call Fed-Ex to find out what I can do to make sure it is delivered even though I won't be here. They say I can just leave a note telling where to leave the package.

Before leaving town I left a note on the door saying where to leave the package, and with my signature. I left this on the door we always use.

We got home today and found a Fed-Ex "we were here and you weren't so no package for you" tag on the front door. And no package.


The door they left the sticker on? Has a great big freakin' green arrow on it pointing to the side of the house! You know, towards the door we use! UPS can figure the arrow out. DHL can figure the arrow out. Pizza delivery folk can figure the arrow out. Even the god-damn door-to-door solicitors who can't figure out how to get a frackin' permit from the city can figure it out. But not Fed-Ex!

So I signed their "you weren't here and we're retarded" slip. Then I took my sign on the door that told them where to leave the package and taped it to a new note which was taped up next to the Fed-Ex sticky tag.

The new note was not a nice happy polite "please leave the package here, thank you" note like the first one had been. No, it says, "The big freakin' green arrow on this door means to go to the other door! If you had been smart enough to figure that out you would have found THIS note and known what to do with the package!" with an arrow pointing to the original note.

Yeah, it may have been an honest mistake on their part but it pissed me off because I did everything I should have had to do to get my package. Stupid Fe-Ex! You don't mess with a woman who hasn't had her Zoloft for 4 days!!!!



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Aug. 20th, 2007 04:31 pm (UTC)
**hugs** Yeah, the giant arrow should be a clue.
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