Package left with dog...

Package left with dog...

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croakey

Original Poster:

1,187 posts

146 months

Tuesday 28th August 2012
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At least the courier was honest...shame the dog didn't hold his end of the deal.






(no not my garden - I was the seller on eBay)

Burrito

1,704 posts

178 months

Tuesday 28th August 2012
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Good old Yodel. rofl

GTIR

24,741 posts

224 months

Tuesday 28th August 2012
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Class!

pwrc

2,357 posts

110 months

Tuesday 28th August 2012
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Nice. I assume the buyer thinks it's your fault?

croakey

Original Poster:

1,187 posts

146 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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Tbh the buyer in broken English (would appear to be Spanish) seems ok about it and suggests I contact the couriers.

I personally find it hilarious that someone who managed to fill in an application form to get a job, and has a driving license (one would presume!) considers a dog to be a suitable recipient for a package delivered on a secure/signed courier service.

Barking mad wink

Spitfire2

1,812 posts

144 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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Briilliant-did the dog sign for it ;-)

Butter Face

21,901 posts

118 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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Same thing happened to me with Royal Mail a few months back, Except they threw it over a 6ft fence in the rain hehe

Didn't get a cool card like that though. That's awesome

McSam

6,753 posts

133 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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Outstanding hehe

From buying and selling quite a few items, do not under any circumstances trust Yodel to collect or deliver anything with any sense..

y2blade

56,027 posts

173 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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rofl Superb.

croakey

Original Poster:

1,187 posts

146 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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I've yet to find a well priced courier that doesnt employ cowboys, I've had packages delivered to me with no card left , items left in a previously locked gas cabinet, left in the garden in the rain.

But I've never had a card left with such honesty!

RobDickinson

30,790 posts

212 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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To be fair I'm assuming the dog cant read and didnt know it wasnt for it.

Egg Chaser

4,951 posts

125 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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rofl Brilliant.

S1_RS

778 posts

157 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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I find it most amazing that on e-bay you managed to sell an old stick, a busted football and a ripped faux-leather folder of some sort.

Shaw Tarse

30,059 posts

161 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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RobDickinson said:
To be fair I'm assuming the dog cant read and didnt know it wasnt for it.
I'd like to see a comment from http://textfromdog.tumblr.com/

croakey

Original Poster:

1,187 posts

146 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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S1_RS said:
I find it most amazing that on e-bay you managed to sell an old stick, a busted football and a ripped faux-leather folder of some sort.
Only item sold on eBay was a genuine leather iPad case - clearly the dog thought it was lunch

McSam

6,753 posts

133 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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croakey said:
I've yet to find a well priced courier that doesnt employ cowboys, I've had packages delivered to me with no card left , items left in a previously locked gas cabinet, left in the garden in the rain.

But I've never had a card left with such honesty!
Depends on what sort of thing you're sending, but I was doing 15kg tool sets and sent them via Interparcel. A much better broker than the likes of parcel2go, and their standard services use UPS - the 48hr service delivered next day every single time and, where I was at least, the drivers were very good. Never had a problem, nor did my housemate who did pretty big volume with them!

SpeedMattersNot

4,398 posts

154 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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Lol, the non-official Yodel drivers are paid about 60pence per drop. to even get your package delivered to your dogs, you should be thankful wink

Google [bot]

5,235 posts

139 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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Can't see pics frown

northwest monkey

6,230 posts

147 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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croakey said:
Tbh the buyer in broken English (would appear to be Spanish) seems ok about it and suggests I contact the couriers.

I personally find it hilarious that someone who managed to fill in an application form to get a job, and has a driving license (one would presume!) considers a dog to be a suitable recipient for a package delivered on a secure/signed courier service.

Barking mad wink
Very funny yet irritating at the same time - sorry!

At least you know now to never use Yodel & I'm assuming P2Go ever again. Good luck trying to get anything out of these people - they are a nightmare. P2Go will claim it's nothing to do with them as they are just a broker & as an individual, you won't be able to speak to Yodel.

I use Parcel Monkey or Interparcel now & City Link / Parcelforce / UPS as the carrier.

At least the buyer isn't blaming you - just refund him & move on.

Could an Ipad case not have been sent Special Delivery or Recorded Delivery through the Post Office?

Dixie68

3,091 posts

145 months

Wednesday 29th August 2012
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At least he turned up - I spent all day today at home waiting for UPS to deliver a parcel (between 9am & 7pm is apparently their window). Nothing. At 7.30pm I get an email saying they forgot to put it on the van & they'll deliver tomorrow. Well that's okay then, I'll just take another bloody day off work!