I think the idea of an "inside job" is kind of far fetched but this kind of caught my eye. Telling consumers a reason why they aren't labeling their box could line up with a plan to swindle it into their own vehicle. If they weren't really talking to UPS on the phone, they could basically just run the cards on their own "credit card machine", and everything all of a sudden disappears.
Once again I think the whole idea is pretty far fetched but you never know! Perhaps the fairgrounds has surveillance video?
Then again, if traindiesel got a refund, then it was a part of UPS business. Or maybe they know about the whole scam! It can really make you brainstorm here.
The thing is that everything was going fine until my package reached a California hub. Then for no reason it was given an alternate tracking number and sent to somewhere in Riverside, Ca. and the “proof of delivery” showed it was received by “Personnel”. And no one at UPS or the UPS store in York could tell me what that meant, who it was or why it happened at all!