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Re: [BKARTS] shipping options

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> From: Book_Arts-L [mailto:BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
> Of Lavinia Adler
> I suppose USPS isn't used, because they don't offer "pick-up" from the
> seller's location. UPS and FEDEX probably do. Guess I'll have to get used
> to it.

USPS DOES offer pickup in most areas, IF you include at least one Priority
package. No excuse.

UPS DOES NOT require signing here - they just dump packages on the front
walk, ring the bell, and dash back to the truck. If I don't hear them or I'm
not home, the package can sit out there all day. And many a time I've nearly
tripped over something sitting just outside the door. HATE UPS! I ship books
by USPS 99.9 % of the time (unless a customer insists on something else).


Lee Kirk
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