I can’t remember when a package arrived undamaged.
The last time I checked, the prices for everything went up. It’s pretty ridiculous. So here we are trying to save money in every possible way.
A common way to do this is to order the things you need online. This prevents you from burning gasoline while driving to the store, but you can also sometimes find what you need at a cheaper price.
And then there are the items that you just can’t find in the store so you have to buy them online. And with inflation dampening everything these days, everyone has been more careful about how we spend our hard-earned money.
So it is incredibly frustrating when your packages appear damaged.
I don’t point my finger at anyone, especially since I don’t know exactly when these packages were corrupted. It could have been loaded onto the truck as if it had gone through a shredder. I also understand that they may be understaffed and just trying to keep themselves afloat with all of these supplies.
However, I have a feeling that one company has been shipping more dented boxes lately than the others.
Federal. To express.
I flinch when I see this logo in front of my house. The last parcels we received, large or small, were either smashed or torn at the edges. Hell, a box looked like it had been opened just enough to see what was inside and then clumsily closed again.
Did you notice that?
You may have noticed from another service. The most common trucks I see are Amazon, USPS, and UPS. Did you have more problems with these than with the others?
I asked this on Twitter and most of the people said either FedEx or USPS.
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