AT&T Delivery: Is a Signature Required?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bunger, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. bunger macrumors 6502

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    I know that a signature is required when you order from Apple, though you can print out, sign, and leave a signature waiver form that acts as a substitute.

    I have never pre-ordered from AT&T and am not familiar with their shipping policies. Is a signature required for delivery and if so, is there a way to leave a note/letter in lieu of being available in person?
     
  2. leenak macrumors 68020

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    The policy is based on the shipping company so yes, FedEx allows you to leave a signed note.
     
  3. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    this. Fedex will leave it with a note, or it for some strange reason it was to ship UPS, you can sign up for a free "my choice" ups account which lets you do an online release authorization.
     
  4. bunger thread starter macrumors 6502

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  5. Boen macrumors member

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    Unless the shipper marks it "Signature Required"
     
  6. mattopotamus macrumors G5

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    in which the methods I listed work. I ordered a ton of stuff online so know every avenue to take to have a package left at your door. An online signature release counts as a real signature to them.
     
  7. Shadowbech macrumors 68040

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    When I ordered an 4S for my wife few weeks ago via AT&T, FedEx knocked on the door, left the package on the ground by my door as I opened the door, never asked me to sign a thing, and all he said was "Have a good day". So I guess AT&T doesn't require a signature.
     
  8. maflynn Moderator

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    Most products that cost a lot require signature - its not worth taking a chance as the risk of theft or fraud is too high
     

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