A poster gave the UPS definition as:
Residential Delivery is defined as delivery to a location that is a
home, including a business operating out of a home that does not
have an entrance open to the public."
Then I wonder why they even tried with us then, as the person that
shares the house / farm with me is an artistic Blacksmith and there
are signs directing visitors to the forge entrance for those who want
to see / buy his work.
But then again I never had problems with Fed-Ex only with UPS, It
seems to me to simply be a method to grab money.
LOL I wonder if they charge residential rates to Boeing. GE and IBM,
since many plant's have no Public entrance, but refer job seekers
and others to a completely different address LOL but even funnier I
can just see this conversation "Hi I have to charge you Residential
delivery rates to the local ICBM base, yes I relies that I leave the
package at the guard post, but there is no "Public entrance".
Also if they say the public entrance requirement is met by the signs
that say all deliveries to gate / Dock 3, well then I guess a person
could put up a sign saying "All men in brown use the rear doors for
delivery" (Wonders what Fed-ex's color is in the US???
Sorry but that is farcical since many businesses don't have a "Public