FOX: UPS lost a bank draft containing a Canadian family’s $846,000 inheritance, and then initially tried making things right by offering to refund a mere $32 shipping fee.
The drama began in February, when, Louis Paul Herbert told CBC, his family was going over his father’s will and dividing money between family members. Herbert said he went to a UPS store near Cornwall, Ontario, to pick up a package his sister, Lorette Taylor, had sent him containing a bank check with his part of the fortune.
But the check never arrived.
“I’m waiting at the UPS store, around 3 p.m. because that’s when they said the guys came in — nothing shows up,” Herbert told CBC News. “I came back in the evening. Nothing shows up…and I’m wondering, ‘What’s happened to my inheritance?’” more here