An Amazon driver is under investigation after scaring a single mom by repelling her to "crush him".
Lisa Jane Watson was amazed to find an official Amazon-missed delivery note that had been turned on in blue biro: "Pick up your phone in the future."
The vendor added: "Mess me over. You were wasted half an hour from you."
Lisa from Warrington, Cheshire, failed to receive the package because her mother was in a broken hip hospital.
Lisa, 45, says she received 13 calls from an unknown London landline phone around the time of delivery. She responded on three occasions, but the line was empty each time, which meant that she ignored subsequent conversations.
The elementary school assistant says the "disgusting" note has made her afraid to book online again and she has told her children not to answer the door.
Lisa, an Amazon Prime customer, ordered Yankee candle stick on Monday and was told to expect delivery on Tuesday.
She said, "I had a couple of phone calls around lunchtime, which came up on my cell phone as a London number. I ignored the first call, but when they called back, I answered. The conversation ended then.
" They called again and I answered, but again the call ended. I suspect it was a scam like it was a London number. I was then called many times, but I denied every call. It was very frightening to receive as many calls as that. "
She added:" I came home for dinner in the note through the door and my package was left with a neighbor. "
" Like a single mother with two youngsters girls. It's quite scary that there's a driver out there that's so angry with me.
"I'm afraid to order something again. When I saw the same neighbor, he left it with a delivery, I was afraid he could come over to confront me."
"My security chain is always on now and i have told that girls do not answer the door. I got enough on my plate without all this stressed. "
Amazon sent Lisa an email saying:" I would like to express my sincere apology to the note that our driver has left when he attempted to deliver a new package.
"We take such complaints very seriously and will take appropriate action against this driver for their actions."
"I have claimed the complaint to the driver's senior executives who will process this survey internally. "
The email continued: I've made it clear that this driver has been removed from any deliveries in your area in the future to ensure you do not have to meet this behavior again."  After Lisa posted the note on social media, Sarah Baines responded: "How rude is it a message. It's absolutely not necessary."
Sandra Bentley wrote: "Absolutely terrible to receive such a rude and offensive message. Here you hope you get a satisfactory explanation and apology. "
A spokeswoman for Amazon said:" We have very high standards for our suppliers of delivery services and how they serve customers. We investigate the incident. "
It is understood that Amazon drivers do not have direct access to customers' numbers, but instead call a central line number which then connects them to the customer.
A month ago, a delivery driver was investigated by Amazon after a customer complained about an "angry, uncomfortable and aggressive" note the driver left.
The card, which was filed in David's letterbox, in Manchester, was crossed with "We left it with the neighbor's box."
And was accompanied by an angry shaded message in block headers: "Answer the phone and a crossed face drawn."
Several Amazon customers have complained about the latest delivery and delivery delivery weeks.
Mike Parker from Axminster, Devon, complained to Amazon UK's Facebook page a Fter received a note from the delivery driver who told him that his 220 £ shower was left "wheelie bin" .
This meant that the shower's electronics were potentially exposed to rain and theft, he said.
Helen Langt from Newbury, Berkshire, received an Amazon message that reads: "Thank you, please check the porch."
She said, "No information to tell me what was delivered and to whom. No package on the porch either."
Jacqueline Joy from Burgess Hill, Mid Sussex, took to the dealer's social media page to complain about come home to a random package, which lay on the floor in the dining room.
She came to the conclusion that the delivery driver must have walked around the back of the house and then "chopped the package through my window."
But there has also been praise for Amazon. A customer who did not reveal the place praised the "delivery man" after receiving a note that read: "Have a nice day" and then a smiling face.