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Thread: So if the shipper requires a signature and fed ex send you a text to get a signature.

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    Default So if the shipper requires a signature and fed ex send you a text to get a signature.

    Shouldn't you have to actually sign for the package?

    I mean, what is the point of "requiring a signature" and getting a text from fed ex saying "be there to sign for this thing" and you wait all day, losing work time and lo and behold- the rather expensive package is sitting on the step.

    Signature indeed.

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    You didn't receive it if you didn't sign for it. Just file a claim and share proceeds with the seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    That's why I usually reroute the Fedex package to my local Fedex office, using their Manage Delivery feature. Then I can sign & pick it up at my leisure, and not have it sitting outside my house unprotected.
    That is what I do as well. Works great.
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