Re: [IP] UPS Delivery Not the problem - Yes it is!
As several of us have stated, UPS is called "brown" for a reason: They
stink! I could go on and on about the times when I have received items
in the boxes, where the the boxes have been destroyed and barely hanging
on the item, or where the box was missing entirely and the item was
damaged and had to be returned. I could go on about how UPS does not
keep as good of track of it's packages as FedEx. I could talk about the
MANY MANY times when a driver said he had attempted delivery, but there
was no call tag, no phone call to my apartment, NOTHING. It's not just
you, Kathie. UPS IS AWFUL!!!
Although, you are partially correct. If you had a choice, it would be
much easier to simply get your insulin from a local retail pharmacy.
Antonio in LA
Age 40, Type 1 since 1993
MiniMed Paradigm 515, OneTouch Ultra
MiniMed Carelink and PAL software
email @ redacted wrote:
> In a message dated 6/8/2006 6:01:43 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> email @ redacted writes:
> The insulin is being reordered through medco with the stipulation it be
>> delivered in the AM by UPS or there will be hell to pay. I think what annoys
>> me the most is the package was marked perishable all over but nothing was
>> to protect it. I am getting tired of people screwing with my health like
>> this. Sorry about the length and the tone I needed to vent.
>> Jerry Linton
> The problem is not Medco. The problem is really UPS, whose
> Residential delivery service STINKS. They don't give a rats @ss
> about doing business residentially and provide zero service. You
> are lucky if they even ring your doorbell and don't they just drop
> the package off and leave it sitting all day in the sun. Call Medco
> back and INSIST that it be delivered by FedEx or DHL or some other
> company that DOES care, NOT UPS.
> The problem is with MEDCO not UPS. I have ordered my insulin through Medco,
> delivered by UPS for years. Medco sends the insulin out Next Day Saver. This
> means that MEDCO knows that residential deliveries are made between 3pm and
> 7pm. I got tiered of waiting and worry about my insulin delivery. I called my
> husbands human resources and was put in touch with their person who handles
> MEDCO. I explained my situation. When I need to order insulin I call her and
> she places the order with MEDCO for next day delivery by 10:30am. This costs
> MEDCO more money. If I was to call MEDCO direct they would not do it. When I
> need to send in a new prescription, I address it to the person who handles
> MEDCO at my husbands company and we agree on a delivery day and it works
> UPS is only providing the service for which MEDCO is willing to pay for. Next
> Day Saver is cheaper than Next Day by 10:30am.
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