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Mother fuckers! I hastily dash off this reply:
This package never was delivered to my apartment. I recieved a UPS slip on my door which said it was dropped off in my apartment complex's rental office. When I went to pick it up, the package was not there and the office has since told me that there is nobody working there who has a name anything like "Jarage". Does this matter at all?
The fact is, the package was not delivered to my apartment, or left at my apartment's door, or signed by anyone that has ever set foot in my apartment, or works for the apartment complex. Is anyone allowed to sign for a package, as long as they happen to be in the same apartment complex as the receiver's address, even if they don't live at that address or work there, or maybe even live there? This is not something that can be taken up with UPS?
Now, we wait and see. I can't believe that UPS is not responsible for this, since they had the package delivered. Who cares that it was delivered to some random "Jarage" who just happened to be around at the time. I guess I can dispute the charges through my credit card company, but I want UPS to pay. They are the fuckers in this.