Update - I just went outside. The damn thing is back. This time with a sticker with the correct address, yet they delivered it to me.
So last Thursday I find a Fed Ex envelope by my front door. I rarely use the front door and found out it was delivered on Tuesday. It's not my envelope. Not my address either, however in my neighborhood there is a Street name DRIVE and Street name COURT. I live on court and it was addressed to drive. The number was the same.
Being the nice person I am walked over to street name Drive. Only to find out on that section there are no even numbered houses, only odd. Of course the address is an odd even. So basically the address doesn't exist.
So I call the shipper, leave a message, didn't get a call back. Then I found the receiver's phone number on the envelope. No answer, left msg. No response.
So finally on Monday I call Fed Ex, explained the situation. They arrange for a pickup. I leave the envelope out, they pick it up.
Go out the front door on Tuesday (expecting a package), guess what I find? The envelope.
So I call Fed Ex, they arrange for a pickup on Wednesday. I leave it by the front door and once again they pick it up.
Went out the front door just now....... yep you guessed it. THE ENVELOPE IS BACK!!!!
Anyone have twilight zone like experiences?
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