USPS..I forget to they come to the door with EF orders?

USPS..I forget to they come to the door with EF orders?

kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
package is out for delivery today..does the box come to the door..I live in a trailer park there is a mailbox u walk up to to get your mail also packages can be put in it too...but an order with 12 items 7 books,heat's leatehr whip vibro penis ring and lube would probly come to the door?

couldn';t find the info on the website..
11/06/2010
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Blinker Blinker
If your package does not fit into your mailbox, the postman will deliver it to your door. Keep an eye on it and know beforehand about what time to expect your package so it won't be out on the doorstep for a long time, unguarded. Some postmen knock on the door and give you the package, and others will just leave it there and leave, so it's best to be on the lookout for it
11/06/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Blinker
If your package does not fit into your mailbox, the postman will deliver it to your door. Keep an eye on it and know beforehand about what time to expect your package so it won't be out on the doorstep for a long time, unguarded. Some postmen ...
well I hope I don't get a "sorry we missed you " note and a re deliver date I get stuck in the bathroom and often miss stuff...but I'm not sure if its from usps or UPS.
11/06/2010
Blinker Blinker
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
well I hope I don't get a "sorry we missed you " note and a re deliver date I get stuck in the bathroom and often miss stuff...but I'm not sure if its from usps or UPS.
It's probably from USPS unless you clicked the UPS option when you ordered it. UPS and FedEx are usually the only ones who will leave a note letting you know you missed your package (coming from my experience anyway).
11/06/2010
Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
well I hope I don't get a "sorry we missed you " note and a re deliver date I get stuck in the bathroom and often miss stuff...but I'm not sure if its from usps or UPS.
If you go into "account" and then order status it should say whether it was ordered UPS or USPS. I find that if I leave a note telling them they can leave it they will. Sometimes I am at home but I have a meeting for work, so I'll just leave a note stating that I won't be able to get to the door and to just leave it there. My mailman will also usually leave it inside my door if I am not home, though sometimes he just leaves a notice. I'm not really sure why because I've had the same size boxes sometimes left and sometimes a notice.
11/06/2010
Tuesday Tuesday
I think it depends on your neighborhood whether UPS will leave packages at your door. You can leave a note asking them to leave it on your doorstep if that's what you want.

I think USPS always leaves them at your door if they don't fit in the package boxes unless its something like a PC that's too much of a temptation for thieves.
11/06/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
If I leave a note for the UPS driver, he'll do pretty much anything I ask with a package, including bringing it into the unlocked house and then locking the door behind him, or leaving it my car. But we've had the same UPS driver in my neighborhood for over ten years.

I've personally not managed that sort of luck with the post office in my own town, but a friend in another town has successfully gotten the post office to leave packages in prearranged locations when she's not home.

So, basically, these folks are people, and some will go out of their way, and others will stick to the letter of the law. It just depends.
11/06/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
Quote:
Originally posted by Tuesday
I think it depends on your neighborhood whether UPS will leave packages at your door. You can leave a note asking them to leave it on your doorstep if that's what you want.

I think USPS always leaves them at your door if they don't fit ...
well can it say out for delivery even after it was put into a box for boxes u get a key in your mailbox to get packages..sometimes they are full or the box is too big for that too..but I don't have a mail key my dad won't let me get the mail he will only get it himself..I'd think when they drive by to put the mail in the boxes they'd just drop it off by the house first if it was comin to the house because its on the way...
11/06/2010
Viktor Vysheslav Malkin Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
well can it say out for delivery even after it was put into a box for boxes u get a key in your mailbox to get packages..sometimes they are full or the box is too big for that too..but I don't have a mail key my dad won't let me get the mail ...
Wait I got a question... If you are well 18+, which you are. Then if you request a key, wouldn't it be required? I am sure holding you mail hostage would account for something (as would opening it!)

When I use USPS Priority (which is the only USPS available on eden) They always hand deliver it to me or someone on the property.

What I would do is sneak and get the keys, go get a copy made, and every single day go get the mail, and open it, including your dads, see how he likes it. I would probably annoy him half to death. I'd search his room, hack his laptop. See if he likes living that way, but then again I am not you, and its wise to never take my advice on such things.
11/06/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
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Originally posted by Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
Wait I got a question... If you are well 18+, which you are. Then if you request a key, wouldn't it be required? I am sure holding you mail hostage would account for something (as would opening it!)

When I use USPS Priority (which is ...
If it's a post office issued key, it'll say "do not copy" all over it, so you'll need to go to a do-it-yourself key place, which can be hard to find.
11/06/2010
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by ToyGeek
If it's a post office issued key, it'll say "do not copy" all over it, so you'll need to go to a do-it-yourself key place, which can be hard to find.
I'm not sure if you can get the key blanks for those commonly. I think that the common institutional locks tend to be slightly harder to lay your hands on blanks (probably for that very reason).

I'm not sure what the USPS' criteria are - I've had $70 packages left on the doorstep and $10 packages where I had to go to the post office and show ID. I think it depends on a number of factors.

If your mail goes to a central location I think it's less likely that they'd drop it off at your house - more driving that way. Can't you check "drop it off" on the sheet they give you? You used to be able to.
11/06/2010
xfairyxtalex xfairyxtalex
Anytime I get something, they knock on the door and leave it sitting on the doorstep whether someone is home or not. If someone is outside, they will hand the package to the person outside.
11/08/2010
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