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Stephen Chew
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:XUSPS is the worst of all the shipping company's . I have a bunch of  them over a week and half since being mailed. I received two packages from Texas Today after being mailed Monday morning from Fed Ex.I just wanted to give everyone a heads up when mailing your treasures. :pissed

David Kilnapp
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USPS, UPS and FEDEX are all equally unreliable. I had fans shipped by FEDEX from Arizona. The heavier box with three stumps (weighing 68 pounds) arrived in three days. The other box, weighing 9 pounds took ten days and went from AZ to CA to Chicago, to Missouri, to OHIO finally to MASS. I've had the best luck with UPS lately. I sent a fan to Schenectady on Monday and it got there yesterday no problem.

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Tom Morel
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I had a nice 1902 GE Pancake get stuck in the throes of USPS for over two weeks during the summer. It came from Iowa. I don't understand how they can take two weeks to ship a fan and quote me at five days.

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I shipped a fan from Indiana to Hawaii USPS priority mail.  I dropped it off on a Thursday at noon and it arrived Saturday late afternoon.  It was two days early!  The things I’ve received from the post office have all been ok and on time.  Maybe I’ve just been lucky. 🤷‍♂️

Arjun Saini
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yes its the worst my jubalie took a beating

Richard Daugird
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Definitely luck, I hate USPS.

Michael Rathberger
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Steve Butler wrote: I shipped a fan from Indiana to Hawaii USPS priority mail.  I dropped it off on a Thursday at noon and it arrived Saturday late afternoon.  It was two days early!  The things I’ve received from the post office have all been ok and on time.  Maybe I’ve just been lucky. 🤷‍♂️If I see the route passing through Chicago I worry. But if going south or west and bypassing Chicago I've had no issues.

Dave McManaman
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Michael Rathberger wrote: Steve Butler wrote: I shipped a fan from Indiana to Hawaii USPS priority mail.  I dropped it off on a Thursday at noon and it arrived Saturday late afternoon.  It was two days early!  The things I’ve received from the post office have all been ok and on time.  Maybe I’ve just been lucky. 🤷‍♂️If I see the route passing through Chicago I worry. But if going south or west and bypassing Chicago I've had no issues.Ah, Chicago.  It explains why two packages coming from California to the middle of the US (Nebraska) took such different times to deliver.  I just ordered a set of brush/spring assemblies.  Shipped on Wednesday, delivered Friday.  Ordered a birthday gift for my wife which shipped late November, arrived earlier this week.  Both USPS.  Both shipped from California.  Guess which one ended up in Chicago where it sat for weeks on end? 

Brice Nagelmaker
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I'm in iowa and when things come from the west they occasionally miss Des Moines or Ceder rapids and end up in chicago. No telling how long that will add to getting here.

Steve Sherwood
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Shipping is backed up due to everyone ordering things on line. Where I work we receive truck loads of items from every shipped you could imagine. Overnight shipping can take up to 10 days. They are all backed due to the massive load from Christmas shoppers buying on line.


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