So I pay an extra $30 for two-day shipping. The original delivery date passes and no package to be found. I check the tracking number and see "Accidental item re-route - possible delay," and the package has gone passed me to the other end of the province. I check the following day, and the package is still heading farther from me.
I'm usually not one to make a stink, but considering the extra $$$ I paid for faster shipping, I'm considering filing a complaint, even if I know nothing will ever come from it. But seriously, paying for a service not rendered is fraud, right?