Ups placed me on a do not deliver list after I asked them to slow down due to breaking my bridge and throwing gravel all over my vehicle the driver lied and said I threatened him
I suppose you can ask them to put you back on their good list--but you no right to demand they service you.
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You will need to take this up with the manager of the local distribution center (or elsewhere if so directed upon calling or visiting the location), and explain what happened and why. Hopefully any misunderstandings can be cleared up at that time. UPS may in its discretion restore deliveries to your location, although it does not legally have to do so. Best wishes in this matter.
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