Originally Posted by Josh49
PS. As a result of this, I'm always going to use delivery confirmation when delivering products to strangers. It's $0.50 more on Priority Mail. You can check the number on the website and find the exact time and location it was delivered. Then if someone tells you that they haven't received it, you can tell them exactly where to go. I guess there is the case it gets stolen on their doorstep. To combat that you can ask the buyer if they want signature confirmation. If they say no, and it's stolen on their doorstep, you have an email to prove they waived that.
Good luck with everything..
thats wierd. wheni order something it always need a signature. or else i get one of those will re attempt tomorrow.