Why can’t UPS ring the doorbell



Does anyone have trouble with their UPS drivers not being able to find or figure out how to use the doorbell when dropping off packages?  I can be working from home waiting a package and not realize that it was actually delivered until hours later.  On a busy street where packages can go missing or perishable items might be included, it is kind of imperative to be able to know you have a package and expedite removal of it from your porch.

Thankfully I found the missing page from the manual so that proper training can continue.

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8 Responses to “Why can’t UPS ring the doorbell”

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  1. Deb says:

    I have the same problem with UPS

  2. Red Dwyer says:

    My UPS driver will give me my packages if he sees me in town. No need to go home to get them. He is personable and helpful.

    FedEx on the other hand… GRRRRRRR! My new driver, which is every time I get a package (once a week), never rings the bell with at least 4 people home every time he/she shows up. Fortunately, I have four-legged doorbells; otherwise, I would never know.

  3. Binky says:

    UPS is good here, but one of the other ones knocks once and runs.

  4. G.B. Miller says:

    I’ve once had UPS leave a package for me at my vacant trailer home. I ordered something from a publisher that they shipped to my old address (I did put down the new address on the order form). I found the package on my porch (fortunately) when I went to make my weekly mail pick up. Common sense would’ve dictated that if the driver saw emptiness all around in the house and outside, he should’ve not left the package and did a return to sender.

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