MOkoFOko wrote in post #15498062
Really don't know why companies don't require those signatures. A CC chargeback will actually override any delivery confirmation without a signature. Delivery confirmation isn't accurate at all--they can easily deliver to another address in the same city (which happens quite frequently, from what I'm told).
Very common. I've had this happen with every single carrier. I've had shipments marked as "delivered" when they were dropped off at my neighbor's house and sometimes on the WRONG STREET entirely. I've also received other people's packages that weren't even on the same street. Delivery Confirmation or tracking alone don't prove anything because I've had PLENTY of first-hand experiences knowing that things don't get delivered properly. USPS, UPS, FedEx, Ontrac... all the carriers do this, it doesn't matter who you use.
My current USPS driver is particularly bad. During December with the Christmas shipping rush, I had MORE THAN HALF of my packages delivered to the wrong address. Fortunately, it was neighbors on my street that are honest. We filed multiple complaints with USPS but nothing ever happened.
It is completely insane to me that people ship expensive things without Signature Confirmation. Delivery confirmation / tracking alone is meaningless.