---- UPS Delivered a Neighbor's Package by Mistake to My House
LifeinAsia - 4:00 pm on Jun 25, 2008 (gmt 0)
The OP did give them the tracking number.
Ah, but that "minor" detail was not mentioned until your 6th message. You gave the impression all along that throughout the ordeal you refused to divulge the tracking number. In fact, it wasn't until recently that you filled in more details and mentioned that much of your frustration came from being late to an appointment and the whole event taking longer than you expected. Had that information been made available from the beginning, then chances are some of the later posts would have been different.
That isn't the main point of the thread.
Well, you did ask the question in your post (and in fact, it was the only question you asked in that post), so people were trying to answer it:
Why should I have to read them a 20+ digit tracking number, give them any personal information other than my address where they left the package by mistake, and wait at home on Monday for a scheduled pickup?
Since the rest of the post was basically informational, most people probably didn't think it deserved as much response as the question you asked.