Discussion in 'Flex' started by businessgamer85, Dec 2, 2016.
Still in line waiting for 11
Oh geez, I'm almost there for my 11:30 lol.
Guy in yellow Scion TC (2 door) just left a full tote.
Slow scanners ahead, it's going to be a while 11:30s
Lovely. -__- Still out here waiting and going to have to get someone to override being "late", since the GPS thinks I'm 1.8 miles from the warehouse.
Just close the app, click navigate and the arrived button should pop up
Well, I was ready to hate today for the sheer amount of time it took to get in but this makes up for it and is definitely my record for most packages to 1 address haha.
Meh day, had to take one package back because the customer provided no access code or phone number
I did 54 & 45 packages today. Quit your whining and *****ing!
Want a cookie?
Where's my cookie?
What kind of cookie is it?
One in pieces.
You need to learn to call someone else in the building and get buzzed in. Tell them that you're delivering a package to them.
Loads have been killer. Amazon figured out how to max loads, every shift has been closer to 50 packages than the 30 it was before.
Apple app sux, and those rack bags suck.
Anyone else notice the pickup time on a late block? My shift starts at 2p, but app says pickup by 9p, odd.
Evening blocks = awesomeness
Always available to grab
Just show up by the required time in app
The cabbies are back and they are slowing the line up. They hang out around the Costco down on Telegraph and Washington.
This CLS500 guy needed gas money. Got kicked out of the LAX mafia and has been doing flex for a couple of weeks.
Q: "How many packages do you have?"
Next week, the ambulance will be at DLA3 doing flex when they aren't on-call.
Also got one of these.
I have no time to call every customer when I have a morning route loaded with a ton of apartments. Majority of the time, no one answers calls from 206 area code.
I got a nice note to.
If you have additional information regarding this event, please reply to this mail with more information
Like I'm supposed to remember which of the hundred drops it is.
Separate names with a comma.