Twice now recently I've ordered from Ron Ayers and instead of shipping to my ship to address they send my order to my billing address. Luckily the first time I happened to be home on the day UPS delivered. This time around I wasn't. UPS left an infonotice on their first attempt to deliver. It's checked box A: Your written authorization is required to leave package. Sign the back, list my neighbors address to deliver to, stick it to the door on my way out. Next day, another infonotice, no delivery. I figure my neighbor might've been out when they came by so I sign the new notice, mark my neighbors address and below that said to leave it around the back if they weren't there. Arrive today to find a third infonotice stickied directly over the one I left (and signed so they'd leave the damn package) says they're returning to sender because they required my signature to leave the package (srsly? is that not wtf I signed the back of the other one for???) So now my package is back on it's way to NC with the fairing pins for the bike I take on vacation next week and UPS says it's not possible to re-route the shipment (for fucks sake, that's all you fuckers do!!). Called and left Ayers a voice mail, we'll see what they say in the morning (provided they actually call like I asked). On top of that a local restaurant ran $91 on my card for a $17 bill on Monday. Now of course they're dragging ass to resolve it (my credit union was awesome about it though). Has anyone else had problems like this with Ron Ayers? I already know UPS runs a shit business. But seriously, it's like a clusterfuck of ineptitude with businesses I've had to deal with lately. Is this the norm nowadays?