An occasional blog to accompany the business news on BBC Breakfast.

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Delivery Times

Phillip Wright asks on the blog:
We are a business and receive our post anytime between 11.30am and 1.30pm, we have complained many time and nothing changed.

Allan Leighton:
Phillip, let us know what your postcode is and we'll talk to the local office and see what we can do.

Declan:
How can he get in touch with you?

Allan:
allan.leighton@royalmail.com

If you send it now, I'll get it on my Blackberry now.

2 Comments:

Blogger PETER M said...

morning declan/

re: london mail experience.

over the past 3 years during the period i have lived in the east end of london i have experienced the following failings in the post office:
1/ missing mail/such as bills/2 credit /debit cards/pin numbers/
2/a driving licence never arrived for my flatmate/
and many more instances.
IT WAS DISCOVERED AT ONE POINT BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHO LIVED LOCALLY THAT POSTPEOPLE WERE DUMPING MAIL IN RUBBISH BINS/
HE FOLLOWED THEM ON A ROUTE OVER A PERIOD OF TIME AND LOGGED WHERE HE FOUND DUMPED MAIL/
FOUND IT IN BINS/BEHIND WALLS/ON WASTE GROUND/

THEIR WAS ALSO A STRONG RUMOUR CONCERNING A GROUP OF POSTAL WORKERS OPERATING AS AN IDENTITY THEFT TEAM/
THEY STOLE MAIL AT ALL LEVELS OF HANDLING AND PASSED IT ON TO EXTERNAL PARTIES/
THIS COULD BE ONE OF THE MAIN SOURCES OF IDENTITY THEFT OPERATING IN LONDON/
REGARDS

PETER MILLLER

7:35 AM

 
Anonymous Geoff Francis said...

I live in Holland and occasionally get mail from my family in England (Christmas cards, birthday cards). Sometimes they put only a 2nd class stamp on and then the mail arrives 2 months later with a comment from Royal Mail - "insufficient postage has caused this to be delayed". My question is why? and why 2 months?
Geoff Francis, Dordrecht, Netherlands

7:37 AM

 

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