“she did not want to deliver it”I bought a Yamaha Club Custom kit from a forum member a few years ago . I was tracking the shipment through Canada Post . I saw the drum set was “Out for Delivery” .
I looked out my door and saw The Postal Worker putting Mail in the mailboxes down the street . I checked the tracking again and it said “ Delivered “ . I confronted the letter carrier and asked where my package was . She said that it was too heavy for her and she did not want to deliver it !! I informed her that she has marked it delivered and it was not . She replied that it was delivered to the Postal Office and that I could go pick it up myself . I did pick up the kit from the Postal Office and then filed a formal complaint against the letter carrier .
Yeah, I think there's truth to this.I think this was from a friend who used to work for UPS, or maybe it was something I read somewhere, marking "fragile" on a box is like a challenge to some delivery employees. Like a "do not touch" sign makes us want to touch something we'd have ignored without the sign, "fragile" tempts some of them to throw or drop packages they'd have otherwise treated with more care. I'd never thought of it before, but it makes a weird kind of sense to me.
I do hope you get a fast and satisfactory resolution. The stress of that must be terrible for both buyer and seller.
People can be such jackasses.Wow I’d be pissed if that happened to me but it’s not your fault. However, same thing happened to me when I sold a cologne once On Ebay and the buyer wrote a nasty review for me, completely illogical...and after 2 days he received it and sent me messaged and apologized but the review couldn’t be deleted!