Thursday, October 8, 2009

Fedex sucks assholes.

Fuckers. Remember to write down your confirmation number because when they just fail to show up, without the number, you are FUCKED.
Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

10 comments:

Melis.sa said...

ugh, i had a big debate with t.mobile about this very issue...UGH, it took writing a letter and calling 4 times to get things straightened out

Elana Kahn said...

Yeah that really does suck. They seriously need a way to look up packages by the sender's name and address and the recipient's name and address. It can't be *that* difficult!

jenn said...

The company should be able to look it up by your name- but if it's a big company it may be a major pia. Sorry! :(

UPS overcharges their customers- they ALL suck!

Brandi said...

Same thing happened to me yesterday. A very important work document had to go out. Scheduled the pick up time, walked in this morning and the package was still here. I hate Fedex!!

Sarah R said...

OMG! That sucks. Do you have an e-mail confirmation with the number, or did you mail it from the actual place? Either way, suckage!

Kristin said...

Grrrrrr....that sucks.

Lisa said...

I have always hated those companies... FedEx, UPS, etc. I used to use them a lot and they always managed to screw things up!!

Photogrl said...

Not cool.

I'm sorry they suck.

I've got something at my blog for you that might help a bad day! ;)

Anonymous said...

FedEx is just like every other shipper, a needless pain in the arse. Their latest indignancy at my house was to fail to even bother to knock on the door to check if anyone was home. The driver just slapped a signature required sticker on the door and ran back to the truck. The sheer stupidity of this act defies any amount of logic, but all the delivery companies are equally worthless and unreliable. And of course the government run USPS is the worst.

Synthetrix said...

I can't stand FedEx. I have had far too many bad experiences with them. I only use UPS these days. They are the real tightest ship in the business.