For years Fedex has taxed shippers for shipping to a residential address instead of commercial by adding a surcharge. Yet the Fedex online system allows the shipper to ship ground at a calculated rate that is essentially bogus. Even if the shipper chooses ground delivery (for a better rate) the Fedex computer will flag up a residence later on after delivery and surcharge the shipper a considerable amount. If you ship lots of parcels it adds up. Now here is where I believe fedex is breaking the law: According to an employee FedEx treats a ground label as ground even if the computer flags up a destination as residential. So they ship as ground but charge you for home. If so, and I have largely verified that it is, then that is fraud. Too bad attorneys today are either paid off or wussies. This would make great grounds for a mega-million class action and its more than just a tort.