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Log In / Register | May 28, 2015

UPS truck and the UPS Store in NYCWASHINGTON, D.C. – The Department of Justice declared this week that United Parcel Services (UPS), the world's largest package shipping company, agreed to pay $25 million to resolve allegations of overcharging. UPS was accused of submitting false claims to the federal government in connection with its delivery of Next Day Air overnight packages.

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