I order my products over the weekend and my package was due to deliver Thursday 2/18/2010. I checked the tracking number throughout the day in case if they try to deliver my package at my apt., I would know to leave work and drive direct to the UPS building to pick it up. Leaving work at 5 pm, and check the tracking number again - which still said out for delivery. I called the UPS customer service to make sure; the lady on the phone told me that the driver hasn't tried to make an attempt, so I drive home which is about 10-min. drive (got home before 5:30).
What do I see when I get to my door - a UPS InfoNotice! I call UPS again, making sure that my package would be ready at the UPS store for pickup. I gave her the info notice #, the representative said that package was from a sender that wasn't my package, and thinks the UPS drive put that notice on the wrong door, so I gave her my tracking number from my email. The representative confirmed that my package was out for delivery still and should be deliver anytime between 7-9 pm.
So 9 pm rolls around and still no package. I check the tracking number again online, it was updated. Basically it said the driver attempted delivery at 5:40 with no success. By then I was pissed off! I was home and no knock, no InfoNotice! Called customer service, and schedule a pick up. I WILL NEVER USE UPS AGAIN!
TAMPA, FLORIDA -- A UPS driver mis-delivered a package to our customer. That is not really the problem because I have to say it does not happen very often. What is the problem is that he picked it up from the place he delivered it and returned it to the hub stating that our customer refused it...actually, that is still not the problem because mistakes happen. When my customer called UPS to say that they still did not have the package, they told her that she refused it. She said that she was at home and wanted the product, and that she did NOT refuse it.
So, UPS had the Tampa hub call her. Apparently, they talked to the UPS driver who said that he was at the correct house, and she refused it. ** at the hub told my customer that she refused the package and that there was nothing that he could do. When I called UPS, they contacted the hub and had them contact me. I have to admit that I was upset because they essentially called my customer a liar.
At that point ** became furious and started screaming at me and said that he was going to hang up on me. After several attempts, I did get to talk to the manager, **, who was very nice. If I wanted all of these headaches, I would have shipped this package via FedEx! I wrote this review because I saw another review about this hub with their phone number; it is 813-241-1095. It needs to be published so people can get their situations handled.
I had lost my Visa Check Card so my bank sent me out a new card via UPS. Well, UPS came to deliver my package at 8 am but they didn't knock very loud so I didn't hear them. They left a card on my door with a tracking number on it so that I could call them and make arrangements to either have it re-delivered or I could go pick it up. I opted to pick it up so that I would have it sooner. I drive the 30 minutes to where they are located and when I get there, I find out that the tracking number that they had provided me was for someone else's package and that mine was in fact at the office of my apartment complex.
SUMMERVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA -- I want to share a situation that happened to me concerning UPS in the low country of SC. UPS driver ** out of Summerville, SC office delivered a package to my house. While turning around in the grass, the driver ran over and killed my dog on my property. The driver did not stop or report the incident. I called the 1-800 number, gave them the package tracking number and reported the incident. Two days later a man from the local office called me. The supervisor told me the driver stated to him that he did not know anything about the incident. I have two people who were in the yard saw the whole thing.
My dog (registered bulldog with papers) was a 60-pound dog. I find it is no way he did not know he did it. His boss came out to my yard a couple of days later and took some pictures. The boss said the driver was still stating he knew nothing. The boss suspects the drivers union rep is telling him to say that. The boss stated to me he will file a claim with Liberty Mutual.
The main reason I am writing is that Liberty Mutual does not handle things well. I thought since this is a minor claim as far as money goes, I could handle this myself. The offer they told me I should take is not enough to cover my time and expense to get another dog. The claim should at least cover that much. I feel I will now seek a lawyer or just go to small claims court myself, not for the money but to get at least some satisfaction.
It would have been nice if the driver was man enough to say he was sorry or at least told the truth and reported the incident. I am very surprised a company that advertises that the drivers are safe would act this way when a situation occurred. Thanks.
BALDWIN PARK, CALIFORNIA -- UPS drivers are the rudest, the nastiest, the most arrogant. The ones that work out of Baldwin Park, California are horrible. The attitude from these guys is unbelievable. I complained about one driver and now whenever he sees me, he spits at me out of the window of his UPS truck. They are completely undisciplined. I complained about this guy to his boss at Baldwin Park UPS in California, and now I get retaliation all the time. If you contact UPS headquarters in Atlanta, they just blow you off. They don't care. Their drivers are nasty, but since most things are delivered UPS, there's nothing you can do.
EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA -- On 11 September 2007, I waited at home all day with the garage open and a note on the door, for a UPS delivery listed as OUT FOR DELIVERY on UPS tracking. Afert 5 PM the driver posted a statement that "Receiver requested a different delivery date" which was a total, complete lie. Driver was never here; I never met or spoke with the driver. Calls to the national 800 number are futile; they claim not to have any local contact name or number. The only support offered is to send a message to the local delivery center (Bethlehem, PA for me).
On my third call to support and the same sorry story, I demanded a supervisor. After five minutes a supervisor came on the phone and after a brief discussion agreed to contact the local delivery center; I was on hold for 10 minutes and then she claimed it was on the truck for delivery today. I protested that I needed it NOW and shouldn't have to wait around all day again due to their mistake. (They claimed it was on the wrong truck yesterday.)
The supervisor called the center again and they agreed to page the driver to get a delivery commitment and would call me back. The entire UPS Customer Service process has two well-designed characteristics: (1) never give out any internal names or phone numbers so they don't get bothered with annoyed customers; (2) always promise something, e.g., a call back a few hours later just to buy time before their next useless commitment. I have already sent a letter to the CEO but I'm sure he has a squad of yes-men to intercept and destroy any complaints.