Because FedEx wouldn't leave your discreet photos in your neighbor's
"T_Man" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:16447-3F4D2A59firstname.lastname@example.org...> I'm not exactly sure why you would ship Fed Ex for privacy. USPS has to
> obey privacy laws and Fed Ex doesn't. In fact, the local gym owner in my
> town got his butt handed to him when Fed Ex peaked into his steroid
> shipment and decided to set up a sting for him. It wasn't news to me
> when I was told about this, as I used to post a lot on the controversial
> fitness boards and stories like that were common with Fed Ex. Right or
> wrong, you have to wonder what the hell they're doing going through
> people's packages like that.
> USPS (not UPS) has to go through paper work to open your packages. Plus
> the mailman has a thousand other houses to hit and he could care less
> what's in your package (and again he absolutely cannot open it anyway,
> even were he to find your package suspicious he'd have to report it to
> management, and then management would no doubt have to go through
> inspectors.) I'm not a big fan of Fed Ex at all.
> My recommendation is to use USPS whenever in doubt.