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    Is it possible to waive

    signature on the packages? I'm never home and my post office is a pain to get to when they drop of the pick up

    slip. I would prefer to just have the package dropped at my door.

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    I'd call and check with your Post

    Office. In the past you used to be able to sign the slip they left (they used to be yellow, but now I think they are

    "peach" [sorta a pink]) and they would then leave the package on a later day's delivery. That may have changed...



    If they start closing the offices on Saturdays like they are talking about (although at this time it's only

    dropping Saturday deliveries) then there will be a LOT of unclaimed mail being returned as I know for most

    folks Saturday is the only "free" day they have to get to the PO during open hours.
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    We try to work with the customer

    on signatures but keep in mind if it is normally something that requires a signature or a large shipment and you

    want to waive the signature we may ask you to assume the risk if something happens to it on the way.

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