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  • Submitted: Sun, July 07, 2002
  • Updated: Tue, October 22, 2002

  • Reported By:Ferndale WA
United Parcel Company of America
55 Glenlake Parkway NE Atlanta, Georgia U.S.A.

United Parcel Company of America consumer fraud ripoff deceptive company political corruption Atlanta Georgia *UPDATE

*0: The man at the top UPS's CEO, Mike Eskew Fact or Fiction

*0: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

*0: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

*0: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

*0: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

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Subj: Subject: Tired of CORRUPT CORPORATIONS????? Date: 7/7/02 7:14 AM Pacific Dayli
Date: 7/7/02 3:49:56 PM Pacific Daylight Time
From: FayetteWW
To: FayetteWW

W W (Bill) Fayette here this afternoon with some thoughts as to the crooked corporations getting away with what you or I would go to jail for?

I ask the question why should I support a corporation and the thugs and the shareholders of said corporation. For an example. The careless hands people at UPS destroyed some of my art work while they were in there care, custody and control in shipment to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana in the fall of 1998.

I had insured this art work for $155,000.00. My Art Work was damaged going and coming from the Museum and the strange thing about this is, in shipment to the museum while they were insured for $155,000.00, according to Grant VanHorne the Museum;s attorney, the museum was abel to repair the. Mind you I have a letter stating this fact. but when my art work was returned to me there was over $40,000.00 in damages to my art work and UPS only offered $1,009,00 for the damage to my work. This I have refused.

Where was the insurance on my art work when Gregg Buttermore of the museum shipped my art work back to me? Surely they were insured for more then $1,009.00.

I hold both of these corporations responsible for the damage to my art Work plus Mail Box Etc. as they were the one that packaged and shipped my art to the museum with the carrier being UPS

O. K. Now we have the picture and the reason for the following comment that I ran across on one of the AOL Message boards today.

Read this till you grasp the meaning of corporate power in this great country today. Where will this power end?

W W (Bill) Fayette


Subject: Tired of CORRUPT CORPORATIONS?????
Date: 7/7/02 7:14 AM Pacific Daylight Time

It is not large corporations that drive our economy. It is small businesses and the people, the consumers. Small businesses make up over 80% of the businesses.

I am not anti-corporation, but I am for corporate responsibility. Currently there are virtually no restrictions on corporations. Over the years they have bought off our representatives to completely insulate corporate executives from any responsiblity. Look at Enron. Look at WorldCom. No responsiblity. No accountability. Ken Lay, Jeffery Skilling, Andrew Fastow, and the rest who made hundreds of millions while average people's savings were wiped out.

Insiders at Enron and WorldCom dumped over four billion dollars in stock and average hard working people lost their life savings. But the executives won't suffer any penalties because they used a ton of their cash to buy enough influence in government from their republican and democrat political prostitutes so that they will easily walk and not spend a day in jail.

Corporations across the board routinely buy our representatives to act as their prostitutes for their gain and not ours. Corporations even write our laws. Corporations are not citizens and must not have the same rights as a citizen. In Texas 100 years ago, corporations could not even be started without approval from the entire Texas congress. The government and the people so feared the establishment of corporations and their potential attacks against our democracy that they put very strict requirements on them.

That of course has all changed. Corporate money has bought off almost all of our elected officials, and their political prositutes have in turn rewritten laws to favor corporations. This is dangerous to our country and our future existence as a free society.

Below are a few quotes from past presidents and their views on the dangers of unrestricted corporate power.

"I hope that we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations, which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson

"The rich and the powerful too often bend the acts of government to their selfish purposes." - Andrew Jackson

"Abolish plutocracy if you would abolish poverty." - Rutherford B. Hayes

"There can be no effective control of corporations while their political activity remains." - Theodore Roosevelt

"Great corporations exist because they are created and safeguarded by our institutions; and it is therefore our right and our duty to see that they work in harmony with those institutions." - Theodore Roosevelt

"Private enterpirse is ceasing to be free enterprise. Private enterprise indeed became too private. It became privileged enterprise, not free enterprise." - Franklin Roosevelt

"No business is above government, and government must be empowered to deal adequately with any business that tries to rise above government." - Franklin Roosevelt

"If monopoly pesists, monopoly will always sit at the helm of government. I do not expect monopoly to restrain itself. If there are men in this country big enough to own the government of the United States, they are going to do it." -Woodrow Wilson

"The masters of the Government of the United States are the combined capitalists and manufacturers of the United States." - Woodrow Wilson

"There was a time when corporations played a minor role in our business affairs. But now they play the chief part, and most men are servants of corporations."
- Woodrow Wilson

"... We must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex. The potential for disasterous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist." - Dwight Eisenhower

"I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country...Corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money-power of the country will endeavor to prolong it's reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until the wealth is aggregated in a few hands and the Republic is destroyed." - Abraham Lincoln


And to show you the difference between the wise and honorable men above compared to the corrupt puppet GW Bush I have included Bush's quote about corporations below:

"Businesses must be allowed to regulate themselves!" - GW Bush, republican puppet

Willard
Ferndale, Washington

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The man at the top UPS's CEO, Mike Eskew Fact or Fiction

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Comment from This Code of Business Conduct sets forth standards of conduct for all representatives of UPS Oct 21,02 07:16PM



About the Code

This Code of Business Conduct sets forth standards of conduct for all representatives of the UPS enterprise, including employees and agents of UPS and its subsidiary companies. Throughout the Code, "UPS" is used to refer to the enterprise as a whole, to each person within it, and to any person who represents UPS or any part of the UPS organization.



The Code provides information about our standards of integrity and explains our legal and ethical responsibilities. It does not address every specific situation or set forth a rule that will answer every question. Rather, it is intended to provide guidance on our responsibilities and assist employees in making the right decision. Additional requirements are set forth in detail in various individual compliance programs developed by functions with appropriate expertise and training. It is each employee's responsibility to understand which compliance programs apply to his/her area of responsibility and to manage the business accordingly. The Code supplements and enhances the UPS Policy Book and is consistent with the UPS Policy Book.



The Code is one of many tools provided as part of the Business Conduct and Compliance Program to assist us in meeting our legal and ethical obligations. Other tools include the UPS Compliance Standards and Procedures Manual, the UPS Help Line, and various individual compliance programs. It is your responsibility to use these resources, to ensure proper training for those employees who report to you, to ask for guidance when needed, and to report violations to the Company.



Because the Code discusses both our legal and ethical responsibilities, non-compliance with certain aspects of the Code and/or the Business Conduct and Compliance Program could result not only in disciplinary action, but may also subject the individual offender and the Company to civil and/or criminal liability.



This Code was developed through the combined thinking of many individuals within our organization - employees at all levels and in all parts of the organization contributed ideas through surveys, focus group meetings and informal input. To continue to encourage comments and suggestions, the last page of this Codeprovides information about submitting recommendations for improvement, mirroring the long-standing tradition of the UPS Policy Book.



The UPS Charter and the UPS Policy Book

The Code should be used in conjunction with other available resources. Many of these resources are referenced throughout the Code. The UPS Charter, UPS Policy Book, and UPS Code of Business Conduct should be used as guides in your daily work. Each of these resources reflects our responsibilities to our four constituencies: people, customers, shareowners, and communities, and when used together, will help to align your actions to meet the needs of those four constituencies. To ensure a complete understanding, we encourage discussion of the UPS Charter, Policy Book, and Code at business meetings and other suitable occasions.





Go to this site read my problems with UPS



http://hometown.aol.com/fayetteww/myhomepage/index.html



email address W W Fayette fayetteww@aol.com



NOW READ THIS. Mr Eskew is speaking





CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE: ON LEADING WITH INTEGRITY



Leading with integrity is not new to UPS managers. In 1957, Jim Casey said, "We have become known to all who deal with us as people of integrity, and that priceless asset is more valuable than anything else we possess."



Maintaining that reputation is vital to our continued growth and success. As a UPS employee, you have an obligation to make sure your daily decisions support the values and principles of the company.



We have always been committed to managing our business in compliance with both the law and our ethical values. Our sincere and firm belief that we will only conduct business fairly, honestly, and ethically has been the foundation of our legacy of leading with integrity.



As we continue to integrate deeper into our customers' supply chains, the level of trust between UPS and our customers also extends deeper. It would be a mistake to assume that just because our business is growing more competitive and complex that we would give less thought to how specific results are achieved. We care as much about how we get results as we do about getting the results. Employees who get results at the cost of violations of laws or through unscrupulous dealings do more than violate our standards - they challenge our ability to grow our business and undermine our reputation.



If any aspect of the Code is unclear to you, or if a situation ever arises that raises in your mind a question about legal or ethical compliance, it is your personal responsibility to communicate this concern to the company. It is very important to all of us that employees are never discouraged from using any available channel to communicate their concern to the company. It is also important that employees who communicate concerns to the company are supported, and that they are able to do so without fear of retaliation or retribution.



Leading with integrity is about creating a climate for success. It's about creating an environment where good people can make good decisions. By ensuring understanding of our legal and ethical responsibilities, by conducting our business in compliance with those obligations, by using good judgment and by respecting each other, UPS's legacy of leading with integrity will continue. The UPS reputation belongs to us all, as does our responsibility to protect it.



Michael L. Eskew

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer



"Integrity comes down to being the way we operateOur integrity requires us to live up to our commitmentsnot just for technical compliance, but to the spirit of the guidelines that we've agreed on."

George Lamb, 1982
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Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

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Subj: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.



No Name Today N. N. T Sketchky Circumstances



Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. : Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawyer for UPS or the ACDM, and I will treat it accordingly.



N. N. T: Rebuttal Entered: 7/9/2002 Modified: 7/9/2002

Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



W W F: I agree. You understand then lawyer man that I did insure my Art Work for $155,000.00. They took the money, but when it came time to pay for the damage a, all I get is no way hozay. Wont even discuss it with me. What do you think of that? Fraud maybe? Yes, Fraud there is no question in my mind. "Corporate Fraud."



N N T: What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it.



W. W. F. Yes I did.



N N T: Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork?



W. W. F. No. Museum is paying.



N. N. T. And if so, did you include the insurance?



W W F No Museum is paying



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



N. N. T. That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers.



W. W. F. Yes not smart.



N. N. T. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



W. W. F. I agree in a way, but I did spend the money with Mail box, Etc., as the professional packer. They were referred to me by Gregg Buttermore my contact man at the museum as being professional. Bear in mind I was invited to show my art work at the museum. I had only shown my work once before in 1996 at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angles California. Transporting them was a problem, as I was quite concerned about damage at that time while they were enroute to the museum so a good friend of mine hand carried them to the Petersen at the Petersen's expense. The Petersen in turned paid my friend to transport them back to me in Ferndale WA



Anyhow this worked out well for me, so when Gregg Buttermore invite me to show my work at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana in January of 1998, I asked him how to transport them. He wrote me a letter with instructions as how to do it, and I followed his instructions. I was not smart enough at that time and did not realize that the corporations were a bunch of crooks and the people that worked for them were of the same caliber. They were just not honest people. Especially Gregg Buttermore at the museum and Grant VanHorne the museums lawyer. As I understand it (Bailment) is enough in law. It basically says that if I loan something of mine to somebody "it is there obligation to return it to me in the same condition that I had loaned it to them. this did not happen. They would not repair them they will not pay me for them and they wont talk to me about them. O K lawyer I answered your questions and will send you all the proof you need to let you see, that I am an honest man and am willing to communicate with somebody as to what the Museum and UPS owe me for damages. So now get in touch with me. You don't have to hide under the cloak of this web site'



W W (Bill) Fayette W. W. F.



No Name Today-- N. N. T. NO SYMPATHY!!!



W. W. F. A lawyers reaction to the truth. That's about it. "NO SYMPATHY!!!*******Whatever turns you on lawyer********
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Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

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Subj: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.



No Name Today N. N. T Sketchky Circumstances



Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. : Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawyer for UPS or the ACDM, and I will treat it accordingly.



N. N. T: Rebuttal Entered: 7/9/2002 Modified: 7/9/2002

Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



W W F: I agree. You understand then lawyer man that I did insure my Art Work for $155,000.00. They took the money, but when it came time to pay for the damage a, all I get is no way hozay. Wont even discuss it with me. What do you think of that? Fraud maybe? Yes, Fraud there is no question in my mind. "Corporate Fraud."



N N T: What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it.



W. W. F. Yes I did.



N N T: Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork?



W. W. F. No. Museum is paying.



N. N. T. And if so, did you include the insurance?



W W F No Museum is paying



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



N. N. T. That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers.



W. W. F. Yes not smart.



N. N. T. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



W. W. F. I agree in a way, but I did spend the money with Mail box, Etc., as the professional packer. They were referred to me by Gregg Buttermore my contact man at the museum as being professional. Bear in mind I was invited to show my art work at the museum. I had only shown my work once before in 1996 at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angles California. Transporting them was a problem, as I was quite concerned about damage at that time while they were enroute to the museum so a good friend of mine hand carried them to the Petersen at the Petersen's expense. The Petersen in turned paid my friend to transport them back to me in Ferndale WA



Anyhow this worked out well for me, so when Gregg Buttermore invite me to show my work at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana in January of 1998, I asked him how to transport them. He wrote me a letter with instructions as how to do it, and I followed his instructions. I was not smart enough at that time and did not realize that the corporations were a bunch of crooks and the people that worked for them were of the same caliber. They were just not honest people. Especially Gregg Buttermore at the museum and Grant VanHorne the museums lawyer. As I understand it (Bailment) is enough in law. It basically says that if I loan something of mine to somebody "it is there obligation to return it to me in the same condition that I had loaned it to them. this did not happen. They would not repair them they will not pay me for them and they wont talk to me about them. O K lawyer I answered your questions and will send you all the proof you need to let you see, that I am an honest man and am willing to communicate with somebody as to what the Museum and UPS owe me for damages. So now get in touch with me. You don't have to hide under the cloak of this web site'



W W (Bill) Fayette W. W. F.



No Name Today-- N. N. T. NO SYMPATHY!!!



W. W. F. A lawyers reaction to the truth. That's about it. "NO SYMPATHY!!!*******Whatever turns you on lawyer********
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Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

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Subj: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.



No Name Today N. N. T Sketchky Circumstances



Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. : Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawyer for UPS or the ACDM, and I will treat it accordingly.



N. N. T: Rebuttal Entered: 7/9/2002 Modified: 7/9/2002

Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



W W F: I agree. You understand then lawyer man that I did insure my Art Work for $155,000.00. They took the money, but when it came time to pay for the damage a, all I get is no way hozay. Wont even discuss it with me. What do you think of that? Fraud maybe? Yes, Fraud there is no question in my mind. "Corporate Fraud."



N N T: What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it.



W. W. F. Yes I did.



N N T: Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork?



W. W. F. No. Museum is paying.



N. N. T. And if so, did you include the insurance?



W W F No Museum is paying



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



N. N. T. That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers.



W. W. F. Yes not smart.



N. N. T. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



W. W. F. I agree in a way, but I did spend the money with Mail box, Etc., as the professional packer. They were referred to me by Gregg Buttermore my contact man at the museum as being professional. Bear in mind I was invited to show my art work at the museum. I had only shown my work once before in 1996 at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angles California. Transporting them was a problem, as I was quite concerned about damage at that time while they were enroute to the museum so a good friend of mine hand carried them to the Petersen at the Petersen's expense. The Petersen in turned paid my friend to transport them back to me in Ferndale WA



Anyhow this worked out well for me, so when Gregg Buttermore invite me to show my work at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana in January of 1998, I asked him how to transport them. He wrote me a letter with instructions as how to do it, and I followed his instructions. I was not smart enough at that time and did not realize that the corporations were a bunch of crooks and the people that worked for them were of the same caliber. They were just not honest people. Especially Gregg Buttermore at the museum and Grant VanHorne the museums lawyer. As I understand it (Bailment) is enough in law. It basically says that if I loan something of mine to somebody "it is there obligation to return it to me in the same condition that I had loaned it to them. this did not happen. They would not repair them they will not pay me for them and they wont talk to me about them. O K lawyer I answered your questions and will send you all the proof you need to let you see, that I am an honest man and am willing to communicate with somebody as to what the Museum and UPS owe me for damages. So now get in touch with me. You don't have to hide under the cloak of this web site'



W W (Bill) Fayette W. W. F.



No Name Today-- N. N. T. NO SYMPATHY!!!



W. W. F. A lawyers reaction to the truth. That's about it. "NO SYMPATHY!!!*******Whatever turns you on lawyer********
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Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.

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Subj: Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawer. My answer and a question or two.



No Name Today N. N. T Sketchky Circumstances



Willard W. Fayette W. W. F. : Sketchy Circumstances HMMMMM this has to be a lawyer for UPS or the ACDM, and I will treat it accordingly.



N. N. T: Rebuttal Entered: 7/9/2002 Modified: 7/9/2002

Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



W W F: I agree. You understand then lawyer man that I did insure my Art Work for $155,000.00. They took the money, but when it came time to pay for the damage a, all I get is no way hozay. Wont even discuss it with me. What do you think of that? Fraud maybe? Yes, Fraud there is no question in my mind. "Corporate Fraud."



N N T: What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it.



W. W. F. Yes I did.



N N T: Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork?



W. W. F. No. Museum is paying.



N. N. T. And if so, did you include the insurance?



W W F No Museum is paying



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



N. N. T. That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers.



W. W. F. Yes not smart.



N. N. T. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



W. W. F. I agree in a way, but I did spend the money with Mail box, Etc., as the professional packer. They were referred to me by Gregg Buttermore my contact man at the museum as being professional. Bear in mind I was invited to show my art work at the museum. I had only shown my work once before in 1996 at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angles California. Transporting them was a problem, as I was quite concerned about damage at that time while they were enroute to the museum so a good friend of mine hand carried them to the Petersen at the Petersen's expense. The Petersen in turned paid my friend to transport them back to me in Ferndale WA



Anyhow this worked out well for me, so when Gregg Buttermore invite me to show my work at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn Indiana in January of 1998, I asked him how to transport them. He wrote me a letter with instructions as how to do it, and I followed his instructions. I was not smart enough at that time and did not realize that the corporations were a bunch of crooks and the people that worked for them were of the same caliber. They were just not honest people. Especially Gregg Buttermore at the museum and Grant VanHorne the museums lawyer. As I understand it (Bailment) is enough in law. It basically says that if I loan something of mine to somebody "it is there obligation to return it to me in the same condition that I had loaned it to them. this did not happen. They would not repair them they will not pay me for them and they wont talk to me about them. O K lawyer I answered your questions and will send you all the proof you need to let you see, that I am an honest man and am willing to communicate with somebody as to what the Museum and UPS owe me for damages. So now get in touch with me. You don't have to hide under the cloak of this web site'



W W (Bill) Fayette W. W. F.



No Name Today-- N. N. T. NO SYMPATHY!!!



W. W. F. A lawyers reaction to the truth. That's about it. "NO SYMPATHY!!!*******Whatever turns you on lawyer********
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Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it? Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork? And if so, did you include the insurance?



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



NO SYMPATHY!!!



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Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it? Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork? And if so, did you include the insurance?



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



NO SYMPATHY!!!



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Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it? Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork? And if so, did you include the insurance?



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



NO SYMPATHY!!!



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AUTHOR: Felix - ()

Im sorry to hear that you incurred os much damage to your priceless artwork. you would think UPS would handle a $150,000 dollar package with greater disciplne.



What I find hard to believe is that you would let "joe tapegun" and "Susan bubblewrap" pack your PRICELESS ARTWORK. Did you watch them pack it? Did you include a prepaid airbill for the return of your artwork? And if so, did you include the insurance?



Otherwise, if the musuem paid for the shipping, they may not have included the insurance.



That was not smart to let such expensive artwork to be packed in the hands of underpaid mail-box waxers. You should have spent the extra time and gotten it professionally packed and you wouldnt be having this problem.



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