QUOTE(life09 @ Jul 20 2012, 01:12 AM)
no the thing is,the item that i bought is some medical stuff from a company..so i dont really making any communication with the seller..2nd thing is the address i put for shipping is the poslaju address bcoz i wont be at home if i put it my home address that would be easier even though im not at home i will receive the 'ticket'saying the item has been sent but no one was at home so i could pick it up at the nearest poslaju
"why couldn't they think outside the box" == "why can't poslaju go out of their way to accommodate my own weird, special needs and whims". If you get on a bus, ride INSIDE it. Don't go sit on the roof and then complain why there are no seatbelts on the roof when you fall off. What you did was just weird.
You should have put your home address, let them send you the ticket, and bring the ticket to go get your package at poslaju. What could be so difficult with that. I see no downside with that. At the very least, the tracking number would be on that ticket.
Instead, you choose to put poslaju's address as the delivery address!
You expect that they will see their own address there, note that you are not one of their employees, and immediately conclude "oh, this must be a customer, we'll put this here on a prominent place on the table for him to come get it". You also assume that you're the only "smart" customer who choose to do this.
You assume that the poslaju office itself gets no poslaju packages. Why? I'm sure they do get poslaju packages addressed to them, for them (not somebody trying to use them as a post box). And Fedex and DHL packages as well. Maybe one of their truck drivers ordered something online? When the package arrives, it would have been moved (delivered) from the "delivery" part of the building to the administrative office.
In any large company with 50 to 100 people, the receptionist would not know every single person on staff. If a package arrives, they will just sign for it, and worry about finding the intended receipient later. This is what would happen in my office. They probably throught, this guy must be a new postman.
What happens when a package is delivered to the wrong address? When you get mail in your home addressed to somebody else, what are you supposed to do? I expect the people in the administrative office of that poslaju location checked, and couldn't find your name in any of their departments, and returned the package to the sender as "receipient is not at this address".
Serve you right.