And not nice.

Nice script

The other day I meant to tell a mail-order delivery story. I ordered an item from Amazon. We are Prime people, so two-day delivery. On the appointed day we were out all afternoon, and JCB remembered to check the front step well after dark (delivery was supposed to be by 8pm), and no package. Amazon’s webpage indicated it had been left in a “safe place.” He checked under leaves and behind bushes. No package.

So he called. Short story is that the delivery was to be accomplished by Amazon, not brown, not USPS. And the delivery person drove our package back to the distribution center (out of laziness? obstinance?), but marked it delivered in the computer. Sooooo.

Our package was delivered a day late and we get a refund. BUT, Amazon, if that is the new Amazon way, NOT GOOD.

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