I have a collection of even worse stories all saved in my files here....if you are
serious about it, lets get em!! Class action and the ACLU should be or the some
other inexpensive lawyering could be rewarding......anyone with me? Murray
> I know of an amplifier that was shipped ups (united parcel
> smashers). It was mounted on a 2x4 wood frame that was
> crated in another box, ups managed to tear the rf deck off
> the front panel of the amp, break the 2x4's (as in 2 x 4
> inch studs). They are refusing to pay the insurance claim
> since the amp wasn't properly packaged!
> "Victor Healey
> > UPS has for several years left expensive items outside with out even ringing
> > the door bell in some cases. The driver seems to be in such a hurry. We have
> > gone for several days before we noticed some items at the door since we use
> > the garage more often than not.
> > There used to be a store near here called Peachtree Salvage that had
> > literally tons of items shipped by UPS that never made it to the
> > destination. It had several branches. One could literally buy electronics
> > for a fraction of their value until they got someone who had an idea of
> > their real worth. I bought many a bargain from them. The point is that UPS
> > lost so much that a chain of stores made a good business of selling stuff
> > that never made it to the consignee.
> > 73 de
> > ki4je
> > > If a shipper accepts a package, then I think it should be deemed as
> > > adequately packaged. Don't take any guff, its the loud customer that gets,
> > > the insurance.
> > > On anything expensive I use Fedex. I have had a perfect record from them,
> > > shipping laptops as well as ham gear.
> > > UPS delivered my new FT-100 to a house 6 blocks from me! With no
> > signature!
> > > Just left it and its rainy season!
> > > --
> > > 73's from W4BEN,
> > > Benjamin Blavat
> en24gp 6m through 1296, BBQ rules, icq 41823284
< 1K Download