Wayward boxes — 6 Comments

  1. Amazon drops amount to about 150 a day, and as most of the droppers don’t speak English – or Irish – we never know if we’re actually going to get what we ordered…

    So far, we’ve been OK, but last year, they even took a photo of the drop – in the rain – of our parcel which had been delivered next door! Luckily it survived!

    • In other words, as long as the paycheck doesn’t bounce; I will leave the box wherever I damn well please.

  2. Keep the complaint going. I’m making it my mission in life to make them spend as much dealing with complains as they would spend on decent customer service and I do that by raising a complain for everything and taking it as far as I can. Both with the delivery company and, if I have used Amazon, amazon as well. If Amazons gets enough complaints it has the power to do something. especially if I claim non delivery and get a refund from Amazon. Always much better when a third party gets involved.

    I’m not holding my breath though.

  3. This is why my wife and I will do our own shopping even if we have to barge our way into the store in our powered wheel chairs. Not that we’ve been reduced to that state as of yet. Might be kind of fun though when that time arrives. I’d do all my traveling about in reverse so that irritating reverse beeping would constantly go off.

    That plus the fact that we don’t really have store to door delivery over here. At least not in our neck of the woods.

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