Interesting, because I definitely hope I wouldn't have to go down to their store-house, in Milwaukee.DBW wrote:From my experience, they first leave a sticker on you're door telling you that they were there and you were not. They'll try another delivery the next day (usually like 1st thing in the morning), or you can call them and schedule a date that you know you'll be home. After a week of failed deliveries, you have to pick it up yourself. If you know you're not gonna be home during weekdays, you can either A) pick up the package from their facility right away, or B) sign a little part of the sticker and put it back on your door, giving them permission to leave the package at your door step. A good idea is to just keep an eye on the tracking, and once the package has arrived at the Milwaukee facility, try to be home within the next day.
The reason I had to ask, is because ( as I got into a bit earlier, ) I've been having trouble with my two normal couriers lately, FedEx, and UPS, (as well as even my normal post,) with them not wanting to deliver my mail properly. So I definitely want to make sure that this goes as smooth as possible, and that I get it the first time around.