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

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

On the door step

Andytf: I have a repetitive problem of parcels being left on my doorstep despite numerous complaints to the Royal Mail. Why can't Royal Mail train and enforce what is a very simple process, namely DON'T LEAVE POST ON PEOPLE'S DOORSTEPS"

Allan Leighton:
Andy, if you email this to me direct I will look at your issue specifically because this shouldn't be the case. You can get me on allan.leighton@royalmail.com

Declan: Is there a general rule about leaving post or not leaving post on the mat?

Allan:
Yes. The rule is you don't leave it on people's doorsteps. Often our people will try and leave it with a neighbour who they know to save people having to pick it up. But if there's any doubt they leave a card and take the item back.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Jamie said...

So how exactly do they judge if they should leave a package with a neighbour?

7:47 AM

 

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