>A new feature of UPS WorldShip 9.0 is its Delivery Intercept feature. The shipper, for a $10 fee per package, can request an intercept while the package is in transit. You can choose from the following options:
1) Return to shipper
2) Redirect to another address
3) Hold for pickup or future delivery
This is an excellent way to stop transactions that you find out are fraudulent later.
This feature conflicts with their “address correction” service which is only $10. But if we use the desktop software instead of calling it in, we are served an additional $5.00 penalty. Also, if we select Return to Shipper will be charged again for delivery from there to here?