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  Does UPS ever open and inspect packages?
Lately, I have had a couple instances where I have shipped a practically mint item via UPS only to find out from the recepient that the item looked as if it had been taken apart or inpected. This happened most recently with a power cable. Again, it wasn't damaged per se, but it wasn't in the same condition that it was originally sent either. Cable was well packaged btw...

So, my question is (maybe a UPS employee can pipe in here) does UPS do any kind of a random package inspection? I can see where some of the weird stuff that we audiophiles ship around could fall under the area of "suspicious" at times, especially in this day and age (and especially if they x-ray random packages??), so I wondered if this was a possiblity.
Denf  (System | Reviews | Threads | Answers | This Thread)

07-12-06
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07-13-06   I have purchased some dell computers and they were open when ...   Sidssp

07-13-06: Roccl007
Don't know if they opened it but they could damaged it for sure.....
Stay away from Mister Brown!

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07-13-06   Yes they can if they feel item might be improperly packed o ...   Suitz

07-13-06   Another reason to photograph everything, including the packa ...   Riffer

07-13-06   Someone could've been looking to steal your stuff. it happe ...   Nsgarch

07-13-06   ups sucks... they never admit damage even when they pack it ...   Accent

07-13-06   No they do not open them. it is company policy to not open a ...   Theo

07-13-06   Who the hell is going to deliver dope with a computer box th ...   Chazzbo

07-13-06   One of the best values (for anything over $500 that won't fi ...   Nsgarch

07-15-06   no, the packages are not inspected. the box will be taped i ...   Evander


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