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?
Product or Service Mentioned: Fedex Delivery Service.
Reason of review: Problem with delivery.
Preferred solution: Deliver product or service ordered.
I didn't like: Attempt to force me to pay to receive a gift.