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"I have a few letters for other people put in my mail box in the last year. I have complained and shown
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manager and employee the letters. Two weeks ago three letters for other people were put in my mail box. This week I receive pay past due notice on a bill and I never received the original bill. Also this week another letter address to another person with a different mail box address was put in my mail box. As of February 8, 2014 I had not received mailed copy my paid personal and real estate taxes receipts. My assumption is they were mailed and put in another person’s mail box.
I am moving to another mail box provider.
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was prompt in getting back to me after my initial call and came out the next day to give me an estimate. He suggested glass block windows, which was something I hadn't really thought about, but when I did my research I realized it would be a good idea. I asked him to come to give me an estimate on prepping and painting my basement walls was a dry-lock type product.
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and his crew came about 4 days later to start the work as promised. They did an excellent job and also did a great job on the clean-up process. Also,
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contacted me to let me know that I could have a tinted paint and dropped off a paint chart at my house so I could pick the tint I wanted. When it came time to actually order and pick up the paint,
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called to check and confirm the color I wanted, which I really appreciated. I would recommend this company to do work in your home.
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"We explained to staff,
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, the seriousness of packaging these very valuable and heirloom pieces that were being sent to different parts of the country after Mom's passing. She guaranteed that they would do an excellent job. Most of the items were broken in transport through UPS. The loss to the family was great. When letting them know of what happened, we were treated coldly, harshly and snappish. My sister had to call a dozen times to inquire about the
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insurance; funds appeared to be held back and not forthcoming. We had to go through all sorts of ordeals. Never was a
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apology or any compassion extended for such a family loss. The last shipping was taken to the local UPS store. There, they actually accepted a full insurance policy on this antique, boxed it correctly and it arrived safe and sound. This other firm,
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, who used to accept insurance over $100, had refused that service. The refund was pennies to the thousands of dollars of valuable and precious art work that we entrusted into their care.
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"The medical equipment company KCI uses UPS to deliver medical equip to patients. KCI sent medical supplies to my home on
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4, which KCI told me to refuse as the nurse had ordered different supplies than were sent,
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arrived, I refused. On 12/6 2nd
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arrived from kci, which I was also told to refuse because MD ordered a different supply.
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came, I refused, the delivery driver became angry, said You are due for shipment on Monday, are you going to refuse that one to? I told him no I really needed that shipment before 5 pm Monday, he said, that they couldn't accommodate that. Monday came and went at 8 pm est I went on ups website to find date of delivery changed to Tuesday
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10, at 7 pm est on Tuesday I called UPS & was told by autotron that shipment was on time & would be there. At 9 pm est I called ups & was told shipment would be delayed until Wednesday due to bad weather in Jacksonville Florida, I looked at weather station past 5 days. no bad weather reported in or around Jacksonville, florida, so they lied! Now I still don't have much needed supplies that adversely effect my healthcare!

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"The owner of
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Hogeboom, has used one of his advertisers to do work in the past with no complaints. They have spent thousands and thousands to advertise with his franchise. Again, he asked them to do work at his house for a small part of the balance. He had spoken with the contractor about his son having "issues". On Oct. 31 the contractor was working when he was assaulted by his son, who is an adult. The contractor subdued his son and the police were called. The contractor decided not to press charges on the son but left the property. Mr. Hogeboom has sense used Angie's list to write a false review about the contractor and what happened. I contacted Mr. Hogeboom to inquire, as I recommend this contractor to my friends and family, to find out the details. He admitted what had happened but said he would not remove the review. His comment was that "he writes good reviews for good clients and bad reviews for clients that he does not like." I stated that I thought his other advertisers would be appalled to hear this; he hung up. Since this time I have heard numerous complaints about his "shady" practices. I would be very wary of dealing with this individual, and his franchise!!
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"UPS is typically uncooperative in making deliveries. On their first attempt at delivery, they left a door tag because the package required a signature. This had always been a problem I've had with UPS because their rules make it almost impossible to make changes that would result in a successful delivery. The back of the back of the tag allows you to designate a neighbor who can sign for the package. I listed two neighbors; my next door neighbor and another neighbor whose house is 20 feet from where the driver would have to park his truck. Both neighbors were home all day, but UPS did not deliver. They told me that only one address is allowed on the tag, so they didn't attempt delivery at either neighbor because I broke their rules. I have lived at the same address for 25 years and it has always been a problem getting deliveries from UPS. I've had experiences with U.S.P.S., FedEx, Airborne, DHL, and Lasership, and all of them are better and more customer service oriented than UPS. In a few cases I've gone to the shipper's service center to pick-up a package. The only place where I've seen customer service staff raising their voice and mistreating customers is UPS, and I've seen that kind of behavior every time I visited a UPS service center. Every time I have a package delivery by UPS that requires a signature, it's a teeth nashing, nail biting, mind numbing ordeal that defies all logic. All of the other services are relatively painless. Even when a signature is not required, delivery is not guaranteed. I've had drivers refuse to deliver on the first attempt because they decided it wasn't safe to leave the package; UPS leaves that to the driver's discretion. Then, they didn't leave it on the second attempt, again, because they considered it unsafe. They finally left the package on the third attempt even though there was no change in the conditions that would have made it safer to leave the package. Of all the services I've experienced, the only one where packages were lost or stolen in transit, left at the wrong address, or the driver forged my signature for a package is UPS. Once they were unable to find the address, so they sent a notice to the very same address they couldn't find; U.S.P.S. had not trouble finding the address to deliver the notice. UPS is the worst.

For some unknown reason, UPS decided to make a fourth and a fifth attempt at delivering my package. They called the fourth attempt afirst attempt and the fifth attempt a third attempt; in addition to being unable to deliver, they are unable to count. On the fourth delivery attempt the driver decided not to try to deliver to my neighbor again. However, this time my neighbor saw the driver and tried to intercept him. The driver told him that I was the only one who could sign for the package despite the instructions on the door tag that said my neighbor could sign for it. UPS explained to me that their door tags don't include the delivery option where only the receiver can sign, so they check off the most similar option even though they won't deliver according to those terms. The merchant says that my neighbor should be able to sign for me. At this point, the merchant is waiting to receive the package back from UPS so they can send it with another carrier. UPS is holding the package for an extra two days because they made two more delivery attempts. I hope they don't make any more delivery attempts; I might never get my package.
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"UPS is typically uncooperative in making deliveries. On their first attempt at delivery, they left a door tag because the package required a signature. This had always been a problem I've had with UPS because their rules make it almost impossible to make changes that would result in a successful delivery. The back of the back of the tag allows you to designate a neighbor who can sign for the package. I listed two neighbors; my next door neighbor and another neighbor whose house is 20 feet from where the driver would have to park his truck. Both neighbors were home all day, but UPS did not deliver. They told me that only one address is allowed on the tag, so they didn't attempt delivery at either neighbor because I broke their rules. I have lived at the same address for 25 years and it has always been a problem getting deliveries from UPS. I've had experiences with U.S.P.S., FedEx, Airborne, DHL, and Lasership, and all of them are better and more customer service oriented than UPS. In a few cases I've gone to the shipper's service center to pick-up a package. The only place where I've seen customer service staff raising their voice and mistreating customers is UPS, and I've seen that kind of behavior every time I visited a UPS service center. Every time I have a package delivery by UPS that requires a signature, it's a teeth nashing, nail biting, mind numbing ordeal that defies all logic. All of the other services are relatively painless. Even when a signature is not required, delivery is not guaranteed. I've had drivers refuse to deliver on the first attempt because they decided it wasn't safe to leave the package; UPS leaves that to the driver's discretion. Then, they didn't leave it on the second attempt, again, because they considered it unsafe. They finally left the package on the third attempt even though there was no change in the conditions that would have made it safer to leave the package. Of all the services I've experienced, the only one where packages were lost or stolen in transit, left at the wrong address, or the driver forged my signature for a package is UPS. Once they were unable to find the address, so they sent a notice to the very same address they couldn't find; U.S.P.S. had not trouble finding the address to deliver the notice. UPS is the worst.

For some unknown reason, UPS decided to make a fourth and a fifth attempt at delivering my package. They called the fourth attempt a first attempt and the fifth attempt a third attempt; in addition to being unable to deliver, they are unable to count. On the fourth delivery attempt the driver decided not to try to deliver to my neighbor again. However, this time my neighbor saw the driver and tried to intercept him. The driver told him that I was the only one who could sign for the package despite the instructions on the door tag that said my neighbor could sign for it. UPS explained to me that their door tags don't include the delivery option where only the receiver can sign, so they check off the most similar option even though they won't deliver according to those terms. The merchant says that my neighbor should be able to sign for me. At this point, the merchant is waiting to receive the package back from UPS so they can send it with another carrier. UPS is holding the package for an extra two days because they made two more delivery attempts. I hope they don't make any more delivery attempts; I might never get my package.
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is great! She always calls if she has any questions and wants to be sure she absolutely takes perfect care of my projects.
She keeps a
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meter so she can mail out anything I need. She can also call and send emails as well as run some errands for me. The other day, I needed her to drive to a client and let them know when I would be there. Of course, that wouldn't work if she doesn't live near you,and that's another great thing about
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is that she can do this for you from her own location without me ever needing to see her. The fact that I don't have overhead for an office or equipment is fantastic.
I highly recommend
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. Let her help make your job and your life as easy as she has made mine.
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"Great store. I must have been lucky because I walked right up and was waited on. Returnng my box to ATT was a breeze. I was in and out in about 5 minutes. Everything was printed out but the service was great.
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"I buy and sell off of Ebay often and always use USPS as my mail service. FedEx and UPS have incorrectly delivered packages to me and USPS never has. Their efficiency of delivery and prices are commensurate to everyone else, if not better."

All Direct Mailing Services in San Francisco, CA

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CITY OF BELMONT

1 TWIN PINES LN
Belmont, CA

CITY PUBLICATION

315 Alberta Way
Burlingame, CA

CLYMER DIRECT

7877 E Mississippi Ave Apt 707
Denver, CO

CM Publications

743 Saint Clar Ave
Gilroy, CA

Colonial Life

1401 Willow Pass Road
Concord, CA

Color Works Direct Marketing

1241 Robyn Dr
Danville, CA

COMAC INC

565 SINCLAIR FRONTAGE RD
Milpitas, CA

COMMUNITY CONNECTION

300 HARVEY WEST BLVD
Santa Cruz, CA

COMPLETE MAILING SVC

108 DUBOIS ST
Santa Cruz, CA

COMPUTER BUSINESS SVC

6472 Camden Ave Ste 116
San Jose, CA

CORONET DISTRIBUTING CO

2715 INGALLS ST
San Francisco, CA

CORP SYSTEMS CTR

3310 WOODWARD AVE
Santa Clara, CA

CORPORATE MAILING SVC

PO Box 192110
San Francisco, CA

COUPONS GALORE

925 LAKEVILLE ST
Petaluma, CA

CSALC

626 JEFFERSON AVE
Redwood City, CA

CUSTOM MAILING SVC

300 HARVEY WEST BLVD
Santa Cruz, CA

D & D MASS MAILING SVC LLC

100 RYAN INDUSTRIAL CT
San Ramon, CA

D H DELIVERY

PO BOX 90402
San Jose, CA

DANIEL ROSENTHAL & ASSOC

5901 Christie Ave Ste 503
Emeryville, CA

DARNET MAILING SVC

897 INDEPENDENCE AVE
Mountain View, CA