Wrong address by FedEx sends strangers to Ohio woman’s home

Wrong address by FedEx sends strangers to Ohio woman’s house

MONROE, Ohio — Due to a technical error, an Ohio woman’s address, instead of a FedEx shipping center’s, was sent to customers, who then showed up at the woman’s door looking for their packages.

FedEx customers showed up at Tasha Heard’s front door expecting to pick up their deliveries.

“So when I answered the door ... he is putting the phone in my face," Tasha Heard told WXIX. "I say, ‘Yeah?’ He said, ‘You’ve got my packages, it says you have them. Do you have my FedEx packages?’ I was like, ‘No.’”

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FedEx is investigating. The company said the affected packages are in the company’s possession.

“(We’re) working as quickly as possible to resolve the situation and ensure that all packages are delivered to their intended recipients.”

FILE PHOTO: Due to a technical error, an Ohio woman’s address, instead of a FedEx shipping center’s, was sent to customers, who then showed up at the woman's door looking for their packages. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
FILE PHOTO: Due to a technical error, an Ohio woman’s address, instead of a FedEx shipping center’s, was sent to customers, who then showed up at the woman's door looking for their packages. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)