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If no one was willing to be responsible for it, what can you expect?

Posted by Blue Zephyr on November 12, 2001 at 22:36:46:

In Reply to: Re: The leasing office lost a $100 UPS package posted by Lilly on November 12, 2001 at 20:55:29:

I take a different view than Lilly. As I see it you didn't expect to receive any packages their and you signed a waiver releasing them for packages received there. Then, you turned and had a package delivered to the building - knowing full well that no one would be willing to take responsibility for its receipt. Why did you do this? You could get a PO box or have a place like MailBoxesEtc. receive your packages for a few dollars a month. Not taking responsbility for packages may be "nervy", or it may be simply that they recognize that there are others better equiped to receive packages than your landlord. I'd be glad the package was only worth $100. Next time, arrange for secure shipment before you place your order.

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