Re: ? Signature required by vendors
"Ed Ruf" <EG*nospam*Ruf@cox.net> wrote in message
> On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 02:37:30 GMT, in rec.photo.digital "Don Coon"
> <coondw_nospam@hotmail_dot_.com> wrote:
> >What's the group's opinion regarding vendors requiring their shipper to
> >obtain a signature upon delivery?
> >I was burned twice this month by this policy. Today by Buydig (FedEx) and
> >few weeks ago by Outpost (Airborne Express.)
> >In the same month B&H, Amazon, Newegg, Adorama, Golf Smith, and a few
> >commonly known vendors managed to get by with having the package left in
> >garage or front porch.
> >Just wondering who to put on my "Do not buy from" list.
> >BTW, Buydig had the best price and delivered what they promised.
> There's a really simple solution, which I use all the time. Simply leave a
> note on your door to the shipper that you are expecting a package from so
> and so vendor, with tracking numbers, and to please leave inside the
> door/on the porch/etc. with your name, signature and date. I've been doing
> this for years and have never had an expected package not left by
I did and it didn't work although I assumed it would. They left a "see
below" note -- referring to what amounts to a "no exceptions" provision
requested by the sender.
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