The snowstorm that slammed the Denver area canceled Christmas for many folks expecting deliveries from UPS, aka Brown Santa.
Don’t try for a refund, though, a notice on the UPS site reads, “The UPS package delivery guarantee does not apply when transportation networks are disrupted. “
That’s of little consolation for Brian, his missing packages, and his conspiracy theory about how UPS is using the storm to cover up for general holiday incompetence.
- My brother sent a package via UPS, it got to about 10 miles from here on the 21st and hasn’t moved since. Today the truck came by and they said they had a package for me in the back but couldn’t get to it. When I got irate they told me to look for myself…
- “The truck looked like it had been packed floor to ceiling, wall to wall, by my five-year-old son.
Oh, and despite being so far behind, they still didn’t do any deliveries on Sunday or Christmas. The kicker?: Another storm is supposed to hit tomorrow: 6 inches to 2 feet of snow.
Frankly, I think this is just an excuse to cover them dropping the ball this holiday.
The storm knocked out roads for a day. They’re more than four days behind now.”
— BEN POPKEN