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From: Cheri R. (cache-mtc-ab08.proxy.aol.com)
Subject:         I have had this happen to me several times
Date: March 17, 2006 at 7:13 am PST

In Reply to: My Opinion posted by Jen in Bama on March 17, 2006 at 6:50 am:

.. and most of time this is what happened.. the Postal worker delivers packages at the end of his route .. if the packages are of any size..
So someone else in the family got the package and threw it aside .. or it was still in the Mail box not to be discovered till the next day.. DC only says it was put in the box.. not signed for ..
I agree with Jen.. be up front with her .. tell USPS says your package was delivered and give her the # to show her that.. be nice about it .. but
do tell her she now needs to contact her Post office.. and see what's up.. could be a problem at her local Post office.. that happens too.
You really are not responsible for a refund though,but like you when I mail something to someone I really want them to get it perfect in A1 shape.. and feel bad if someone truly didn't get their package.
hugs to you sweetie .. hopefully this all works out without any headaches
Cheri


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