Re: UPS delivery - be VERY careful


--- In, "Joseph Zeglinski" <J.Zeglinski@...> wrote:

Hi Joe,

The previous UPS delivery, a week before AP's, from OPT in
took over a week. Yes, I really like the tracking system - it showed
that the
parcel was moving along every day, until it hit the UPS Ohio plant,
and took a
nice 4 day rest, before continuing. Is there a Homeland Security
depot in
Ohio, that perhaps got curious about outer space components going to
a foreign
country ... like Canada? :-)
In my case it is New Jersey. Things get stuck there for a few days
when using something other than EMS or "Two-Day Global Express

Anyway, all joking aside, I merely wanted to suggest to everyone
having a COD charge - at the door - at least guarantees you will see
driver with your package - personally.
I agree that with COD you are forcing the issue in your favour but COD
for overseas is most probably out of the question for us Europeans.

I was reading (in this group), about a month ago, about a fellow
who was
waiting, on an overdue delivery, for over a week of some special
lens, specially made with Roland's help, until he spotted his dog
way out in
the fields, mauling something. On closer inspection, he found it to
be the
errant lens package that UPS left on his porch. Guess no dog paw on
the UPS
signature form either.
This is both funny and sad. There is no way in hell you can blame Rex.


PS. Was Rex finetuning Rolando's polishing? LOL!


----- Original Message -----
From: "ayiomamitis" <ayiomami@...>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 7:19 PM
Subject: [ap-gto] Re: UPS delivery - be VERY careful

Hi Marj,

Depending on how the package is sent via USPS, there is the ability to
track a package online and literally step by step as it travels from
office to office (in the US) and something similar in the foreign

For example, I am jumping when I see the note "Left local customs
office at xx:xx AM" when tracking an item since it will be at my post
office within 24 hours.


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