I decided to follow the link on your registration page, which goes to another page with a PDF of the agreement text, which I downloaded. Are you serious? Seventy-nine pages? I'm supposed to read through 79 pages in order to receive an email telling me about arrival scans, departure scans, destination scans, out for delivery, and delivered? I get it, this is to turn the polling (refreshing the page over and over) to push notification when the events are actually posted to your system.
I know I don't have a job right now, but do you honestly think, for a few uses per year, I'm going to read through seventy-nine pages to do this? Sorry, no, I'm not that bored. I have better things to do. I think I'll continue to load down your servers by refreshing the package tracking page. Even if I refresh 200 or so times, it's likely I'll have spent far less time doing that than reading through your agreement. Isn't there anything you can do to simplify it? Please?
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