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UPS Store removed Christmas ‘shredder’ tweet after the huge backlash: ‘You know which list you’re on?’

The UPS Store deleted the tweet quickly.
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Baby, it’s cold up at The UPS Store.

The UPS Store is criticized online after posting a cheeky Christmas tweet to tell parents they can destroy of letters to santa Claus.

“If your child addresses a letter to the north pole, you can get it with us. We shred it,” the since deleted tweet read.

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The snarky post was met with an almost immediate response of the customers who call the national package delivery service for its lack of Christmas spirit.

Some even said that they would be using different services to their packages this holiday season.

UPS deleted the tweet, but still not an apology for the Christmas-time blunder – but maybe the social media team should expect a visit from three ghosts of Christmas sometime soon.

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