Central Florida customers cry foul over Amazon delivery mistakes

8/16/17 WINTER PARK, Fla. – Richard Hornsby expected to find a toy for his son purchased and shipped for free thanks to his Amazon Prime subscription at his home last weekend.

The company said it had been delivered, but when they returned to their Winter Park home, it was gone.

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“We just assumed that the package had been stolen,” Hornsby said.

They found out later, though, that the Amazon delivery driver had put the package in the mailbox and the U.S. Postal Service mail carrier had picked it up.

Source: Central Florida customers cry foul over Amazon delivery mistakes | WFTV

7 thoughts on “Central Florida customers cry foul over Amazon delivery mistakes

  1. if I were Meghan IOD Holdover Brennen……….I would fire the letter carrier involved and hire 6 new po mismanging bureaucrats to take the S out of Service. instead of WE DELIVER………motto should be WE LOSE BILLIONS!

    • We had a genius ” career employee” bring back 3 packages a customer handed him the other day. One was a package delivered by UPS and one was a package delivered by FEDEX.

  2. Mailboxes are for mail, period. You don’t want just anyone opening your mailbox and possibly seeing sensitive mailings or perhaps swiping a check or credit card bills that have your card #s etc. Also this is revenue protection.

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