A) you live in an apartment
B) there is no place to leave it where it will not be in plain view from the street
c) the person who lived there before liked to file bogus theft claims, and your address is still on file
Edit: Furthermore, some jackasses like you just dont get it. UPS is not only responsible to the receiver, but also the sender. If they leave something and it disappears, they have to pay the shipper for it. The whole world does not revolve around you.
No need to make peace you have not hurt my feelings, you have just shown your true colors to all the other members of this great club.I will make my peace with him since what I did is so terrible.
To answer your comment, I have been to the UPS Hub many times and have spoken to them about leaving packages at my door. They have never told me there were any complaints from a former tennant, and they said it was up to the driver. I have asked the driver many times to please leave the package on my porch, which is covered and completly blocked from clear view of the street and or sidewalk, but he continues to leave postit notes on my door. The driver also fails to fill out the postit notes he leaves, so I don't know if the package is for me or my Fiancee. Not only will the driver not leave my package, he won't even complete his job. I am sorry you don't like to hear bad things about UPS, but the fact is they are far inferior to USPS and there is nothin you can do to change my mind about it. There is a reason 99% of the members of this forum send their packages USPS. I am sory if this hurts your feeling it is just the way I feel, and I was able to express my feelings without childish name calling.