|[AMRadio] Add FedEx ground to the bum list|
xfrmrs at roadrunner.com
Mon Nov 16 06:06:17 EST 2009
Only one package out of hundreds I have shipped with FedEx was damaged. That
says a lot.
UPS on the other hand, about one out of every ten that arrives is not
damaged. As for USPS, would not use them if my life depended on it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bry Carling" <bcarling at cfl.rr.com>
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Add FedEx ground to the bum list
The difference with Fedex is that they WILL pay for the damage.
UPS tries tooth and nail to not pay and the USPS just ignores you
or cheats you. I even had a congressman try to make USPS pay on
a damaged item claim, and they still refused. Fedex is still the best
and they RARELY if ever have broken anything I shipped.
YMMV - 73 from AF4K, Bry
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> I recently sold a Palstar BT1500A tuner to a fellow about 300 miles from
> my home. I shipped it FedEx ground, trusting them most after experience
> with UPS(smashed) and the US mail (never delivered, lost). The tuner
> shipped to the fellow in one day, and arrived smashed. It was insured,
> sent in the original Palstar box with Palstar packing and they still
> smashed it. That tuner went from Palstar to SC and SC to me in NC via
> FedEx ground in perfect shape. I guess the third trip, the third time
> being the charm, it was smash and dash. Maybe I should go back to sending
> stuff via Greyhound freight, but it might be better to give up selling on
> QTH or QRZ, and stick to hamfests.
> Charlie, W4MEC in NC
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