*A Canadian man is nothing short of beside himself after his inheritance check got lost in the mail. The $846,000 inheritance was sent to him by his sister after their father died.
Sent in the form of a bank draft from TD Canada Trust, the United Parcel Service (UPS) admitted to losing track of the package and now its been 10 months and they have only offered an apology and a $32 refund for the cost of shipping.
Louis Paul Herbert had gone to the UPS near Cornwall, Ontario to wait for a package being sent by his family, who was busy finalizing the details of their father’s Will.
“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?’”
Lorette Taylor, Herbert’s sister, told CBS News “It was a total surprise. Never in my wildest imagination did I think something like this would happen.”
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