Does UPS require a signature for macbook delivery?

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  1. noob420 macrumors newbie

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    Hey guys, i have a question. I got an email from apple when i product shipped, and in the email it says signature required. My question is, i checked the tracking status, and it says the product has been delivered. Now my question is, no one is at my house, would they have just left the product in front of my door?

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  2. -Eden macrumors member

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    Yep, they require a signature.
    They will post a notice on your door, stating if you have to go pick it up, or they will try again at a certain time.
     
  3. noob420 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    That's what I thought, but it says its been delivered. I've had ups just drop stuff off at my house without even ringing the door bell before. I dont live in the best neighborhood and to be honest, if it has been delivered it wont be there when i get home...
     
  4. Alexjones, Oct 31, 2013
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  5. -Eden macrumors member

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    I've had shipments from UPS and Canada post that say it was delivered, but they didn't even try to deliver it (watched my security cams). It was at the closest UPS/Canada Post store where I had to show them the tracking number.

    You could try that.
    If the package is stolen, then contact UPS and Apple and let them know what happened. IF they really did drop it off at the door and they didn't collect your signature (they store them), I'm sure you they can do something about it.
     
  6. ScottishDuck macrumors 6502a

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    If it's the same as the UK then Apple not only mandates that it's signed for, but that it's signed by the person it's addressed to specifically (not that they can tell if it was someone else regardless
     
  7. burgman macrumors 65816

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    You got a free laptop on UPS. They didn't follow established rules, they deserve it. Don't do it cause I'm sure Apple would flag the serial number.
     

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