One popular article I wrote for the Boles Blogs Network appeared in Celebrity Semiotic on August 5, 2010 — Divorcing Amazon Prime Because of A-1 Courier Services Cheating — and that post is still going full-steam with comments, 315 as of this writing, with no end in stopping. When an article like that stays on blast — it is usually fury and injustice that drives the popularity — all that, plus an excellent Google ranking for a search on “A-1 Courier” always helps. There would be no searches without the rage, and so the hits, and the comments, keep coming against A-1.
In my replies for the article, I realized I should share my method for thwarting faked delivery attempts from FedEx and UPS and other companies. Unfortunately, A-1 is not currently in my App cache, and I’m sure they would never want to be included because then their deceptive end game would be over.
I use Junecloud’s excellent Delivery Status on my Mac as a widget and on my iPhone and iPad as an App. The widget and Apps all communicate with each other via the Junecloud.com website, so each device is always in sync with the latest delivery updates and my day is saved in so many ways.
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