This is such balls.
How can they strike and hold customers' property ransom? If Uhaul went on strike and people couldn't access their stuff in storage, wouldn't there be lawsuits?
I mean, Striking and saying "as of now, we are not taking any more parcels. Hoever all parcels in our posesion will be delivered" would be legit.
But assuring customers that a parcel will reach its destination the next day, and locking shit up that very next day is a scam.
Last edited by R1ghty; June 19th, 2011 at 14:39..