The center is a joke..why have a phone number listed if you don't plan to answer any phone calls. My package was supposed to be delivered between 9 am and 12 pm and if course it wasn't. So when I called the number that is listed for the Greensboro location it either rings forever or stop and start buzzing. This is so unprofessional and sorry...very upset customer.
1313 22nd AveTuscaloosa, AL 35401
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The boys who work there need supervision by an adult or someone who understands the concept of customer service.
If I could rate lower than that I would. Their service is terrible, they refuse to answer the phone, and regardless of whether or not you ordered next day delivery, it will likely sit there for 2-3 days before you get it. Just use the postal service...
No one answers the phone when you call. I let it ring for 2:30 and no answer. What good is it to have a phone if you don't answer.
I have only shopped at the UPS Store on University Blvd a few times. This is largely because all of the items in the store are grossly overpriced compared to the post office or any other store of this type in town. However, after today, I will never shop at this UPS Store again. I accompanied a friend who needed to have scans made. The cost for 19 scans sent to email? $19.00 (or $1 per page). My friend was shocked by the cost, but felt compelled to pay the clerk because the service had been rendered. We left the store and discussed the matter, and I suggested that she go back in and ask for a refund. We had no idea that there was even a charge for scanning. After all, everything is done electronically. It hardly seems like charging such an exorbitant amount is an incentive to conserve paper and help the planet. Paper copies, we discovered, are only 8 cents per page, but scanning is $1 per page? We went back inside and asked about a refund. My friend offered to delete the scans from her email, so that it would negate the transaction. The clerk, a young woman, said that there were absolutely no refunds in this situation. Her tone of voice was very nasty and argumentative. I then said, "Well, then my friend just wasted $19." She laughed at that, finding it very funny. She then waved and smiled sarcastically saying, "Have a nice daaaaay!" I wish I had had the presence of mind to ask for her name, but I did not, because I was very upset on my friend's behalf, and I was frankly shocked that anyone could be so malicious for no apparent reason. I have worked in retail for years having dealt with many difficult customers, but I have never treated a customer with the disrespect that this young woman directed at my friend and me. I cannot understand someone treating customers with nastiness and sarcasm and then laughing at them. I find this completely unacceptable for any reputable business.