Originally Posted by chinmokutak
A kind of weird question, but I've seen someone recommending to inspect the screen with the delivery man, and if they spot anything wrong do not accept and sign...
I'm wondering if this is common? I'm expecting a shipment this week, and I feel really weird about doing it in front of delivery man...
What are your thoughts?
A shipper will require you to inspect the delivery without opening it and either sign and take possession of it or refuse it. You don't get to open it and decide after what you're going to do. They're busy and won't wait around. If you give them a hard time, they may remember you on future deliveries. Now-a-days, you want your USPS, Fedex, UPS delivery driver to be your friend not your enemy.
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