Msg#: 4332598 posted 4:55 pm on Jun 29, 2011 (gmt 0)
Generally, you can put a sign on the door or in a location seen but where it cannot be tampered with saying, "No UPS Deliveries".
If they leave the package you can always NOT open the package, call UPS with the tracking number, get proof online that they just dropped it off and that no one signed for it, except maybe the driver and have them pick it up and return to sender at no charge to you. Etc.
Msg#: 4332598 posted 7:33 pm on Jun 29, 2011 (gmt 0)
If we want to refuse a package we have to do so while the driver is here. If they drop and leave, they will not take it back during a subsequent visit. The sender would be required to pay the return postage. If they have an account they are automatically charged. If it is retail, then I believe they have to pay COD.