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  1. SupraSkylineSTI

    SupraSkylineSTI Notebook Geek

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    My XPS Gen 2 is comin tomorrow !!!!!!!!!!!
    AND IM GANNA BE AT WORK !!!!!!!
    Is it OK if my 14 year old kid signs the package from the UPS people ?
     
  2. Tomas

    Tomas Notebook Consultant

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    I don't see it being a problem.
     
  3. jason89

    jason89 Newbie

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    I'm was 15 ( 16 now!!) and i always signed for my packages. So its not a big deal. Congrats on ur new laptop.
     
  4. JackBauer

    JackBauer Notebook Deity

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    The real issue is whether you can convince the kid into not opening and playing with your new XPS2 while you're at work. Money is a reliable way to influence teenage behavior. :p

    Congrats!!
     
  5. Amber

    Amber Notebook Prophet NBR Reviewer

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    As long as the delivery guy knows that you live there, then you should be fine. Worst case scenario, he'll leave a slip, and you can pick up on wed at the warehouse or have it redelivered... I don't think that will happen. I think as long as someone is there to sign, you'll be fine.
     
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    oh yeah, those UPS delivery folks want to unload the package if they possibly can and they'll let your dog sign it if it's been trained. Sadly the package scanner isn't big enough for a paw print as a signature.
     
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    ilikefreestuff Notebook Guru

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    yah... further confirmation.... UPS/Fedex/DHL don't give a flip who signs as long as there's some human (or dog apparently) makes some kind of mark.
     
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    queshy Notebook Deity NBR Reviewer

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    shouldnt be a problem. just dont tell him what it is...
     
  9. LuckMC11

    LuckMC11 Computer Extraoirdinaire NBR Reviewer

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    i signed for my 9300 when my mom ordered it and had everything under her name...and they just needed someone to sign...that's all...so it's alright if he signs :D
     
  10. ericwithac

    ericwithac Notebook Enthusiast

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    As long is there is someone (or something in the dog's case) there to take the package, any delivery service will happily turn the package over to that person. I have had to sign for a number of packages for my father, some of which were shipped with a highly dangerous chemical warning because he works in medical sales, and the deliverer person didn't even check to see if it was even the signer who was receiving the dangerous chemical product from him. So go ahead and let you son sign, I'd be more worried about him taking it out and playing while you’re at work more than anything else.
     
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