Someone is apparently trying to send me something - probably a gift.Fedex sent me a text message specifically telling me an adult signature is required.
I will not be home, so I went to their link and tried to change delivery options -- all the options require paying something: $5, $10, $13 - depending on what option I tried (deliver at a different time, deliver on a different day, deliver to a different address). I consider this absolutely outrageous -- why should I have to pay for someone else trying to send me a gift? Fedex has not required a signature in the past, and I've never had a problem; I believe Fedex is deliberately requiring a signature in order to try to force me into paying for a change in delivery options.
That's wrong; I will not pay, and I invite other people to refuse also.What's next - Fedex sending worthless items to people in order to raise money by getting them to pay for delivery?
This person wrote the review because of problem with delivery at Fedex. Reviewer claimed that he or she wants Fedex to have the product delivered.
The most disappointing in user's experience was attempt to force me to pay to receive a gift. The author asks this business to immediately contact him/ her to briefly discuss his/ her negative experience with the company.