And I am mad at Amazon. Or at least, Amazon’s shipping carrier. It was out for delivery today as it should have been, but then they got to my apartment and I wasn’t home (obviously, because I’m an adult and I work all day like most adult people do). So they decided that my absence meant I had moved out of my apartment and so they should ship my book back to Amazon
This is what Amazon’s customer service lady told me after she contacted the carrier.
I’m sorry, WHAT? Where did they get the idea that I no longer lived at the address that I had given them to ship the book to?? My name is on the friggin’ mailbox still! Also, mail gets delivered all the friggin’ time when the person no longer lives at the address the mail is sent to. So who the hell are these people and what kind of weirdo delivery policies do they have?
So now I won’t get my TFioS until tomorrow, when I won’t be home either, but the boyfriend will, maybe, unless he’s at the vet with our rabbit at the time of delivery, so friggin’ ONTRAC better not fuck this up again. If they can’t make the delivery, they should allow me to reschedule like any normal shipping carrier would.
(Also, I tried to ask the customer service lady if this was going to be a new book, or if they were shipping the same exact one back to me, but I don’t think she understood what I was asking. So now I’m worried that they’ll send me a new one from the warehouse, and it won’t be signed because of the shenanigans that John posted about earlier.)