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  • MyHermes: Divide by Zero
  • stumpy01
    Full Member

    😆

    What is it? I didn’t realise you were expecting a parcel….

    How long then; door to door….?

    thepurist
    Full Member

    [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26J0uDIGErM[/video]

    perchypanther
    Free Member

    If only Voldemort had thought to send the seperate pieces of his soul through the Hermes parcel “delivery” network.

    That specky spod Potter would have been well humped.

    boblo
    Free Member

    If you’re looking for the other one, it’s in your hall – top left in your photo. Looks like a(nother) Wiggle drop. It was there all the time silly Billy… 🙂

    Stevet1
    Free Member

    so.. has it been delivered, or returned?

    theboyneeds
    Free Member

    I’m actually get a bit tearful. Congratulations.

    perchypanther
    Free Member

    Also….don’t you have a letterbox?

    It doesn’t look big enough to prevent them sticking it through the door.

    pistonbroke
    Free Member

    Now they know where you live. Not sure if that’s a good thing. Maybe worth letting the Christmas rush die down and try again if you want to actually come face to face with your local agent, assuming they actually exist.

    lister
    Full Member

    Returned or delivered?

    yourguitarhero
    Free Member

    Stevet1 wrote:

    so.. has it been delivered, or returned?

    The answer / zero = errorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    yourguitarhero
    Free Member

    stumpy01 wrote:

    What is it? I didn’t realise you were expecting a parcel….
    How long then; door to door….?

    Dropped off at the parcel shop on November 15th on a 48 hour service.
    Today is December 13th

    amedias
    Free Member

    “crashed scan”?

    What does that mean?

    Based on that, and the fact it was just left in the stairwell, my guess is that the driver pretended that the scanner didn’t work and faked a signature.

    Isn’t this the point at which you go back to Hermes and say ‘Who the heck is Alan?’. Unless of course you do have a neighbour called Alan?

    Dropped off at the parcel shop on November 15th on a 48 hour service.
    Today is December 13th

    And technically it hasn’t been delivered to the recipient… given to dumped in a stairwell and a signature from a random made up bloke called Alan != delivered to addressee.

    Round 2? best out of 3?

    yourguitarhero
    Free Member

    Matt wrote:

    ”crashed scan”?
    What does that mean?
    Based on that, and the fact it was just left in the stairwell, my guess is that the driver pretended that the scanner didn’t work and faked a signature.

    Do you think Alan is my delivery driver?

    I think Alan is the new delivery driver with the big van. I am wondering if their thing about giving it to a new driver to deliver means that the depot finally noticed some of my driver’s chicanery..?

    deepreddave
    Free Member

    @OP – think myhermes conditions provide for a refund of posting charges for late deliveries so you can claim and go again.

    eugeo81
    Free Member

    Only one way to find out..

    amedias
    Free Member

    Do you think Alan is my delivery driver?

    Interesting! I hadn’t thought of that, I had just assumed it was the original crap driver faking a delivery, but you could be right your new semi-competent delivery driver could be the Alan…

    If you do go for round 2 then I think you should post two parcels at the same time, one very small, say the size of a kinder egg toy capsule, and one very very big. By the MH explanation they should be given to two different drivers based on their van sizes, one to vanish into the abyss, and one to be delivered by Alan and his big van, either way we’ll be some way closer to understanding this dastardly web of deceit they’re spinng!

    5plusn8
    Free Member

    I want to send you a parcel. In fact I think we all do, whats your address?

    johndoh
    Free Member

    refund of posting charges

    How do they send you the refund?

    yourguitarhero
    Free Member

    I guess a mass parcel posting could be fun!

    Rather not put my full address up, so pm if you want it.

    Don’t suppose someone can tweet this to MyHermes CEO (I don’t have Twitter) or knows their email address?

    Kryton57
    Full Member

    Much easier with Amazon. Two days ago we waited in for a Parcel. Received a text that it’d been delivered 2 mins ago – yet not even a knock at the door. Quickly opened the door to find said parcel leaning against the Street side of the gate, lazy tosser.

    Quick complaint, one month free extension to Prime.

    colp
    Full Member

    perchypanther – Member
    Well, Open it!

    We’re dying to see what your soul actually looks like.

    Surely, with the emotional investment we’ve all made it’s our soul?

    davidtaylforth
    Free Member

    Surely, with the emotional investment we’ve all made it’s our soul?

    There’s no need for that. No one forced you to read through ten pages worth.

    bearnecessities
    Full Member

    Cracking thread, thank you MGH 🙂

    bigjim
    Full Member

    This is too amazing not to be tweeted but I’m not on twitter either. I know a BBC Scotland journalist though and could run it past them?

    deepreddave
    Free Member

    yourguitarhero – Don’t suppose someone can tweet this to MyHermes CEO (I don’t have Twitter)?

    Takes 2 minutes to set up an account and you’re good to tweet although a direct message might be fairer as a first step.

    keithb
    Full Member

    At this point you could lodge a formal complaint that they haven’t delivered it to you at all, demand a full refund run the complaints process through the mill, thus costing them loads of time and money,just to make a point? I do this with organisations that fail to resolve a complaint satisfactorily. Takes ages but g take a perverse pleasure in knowing I’m eating into their profits, safe in the knowledge I’ll never choose to give them another penny!

    wwaswas
    Full Member

    Don’t suppose someone can tweet this to MyHermes CEO (I don’t have Twitter) or knows their email address?

    I did @ them in a tweet about it yesterday. No response on twitter but tracking numbers are very visible on here.

    Stoner
    Free Member

    perchypanther – Member
    Well, Open it!
    We’re dying to see what your soul actually looks like.

    yourguitarhero
    Free Member


    Also:
    December 1st, Sylvester (Hermes email chat guy)
    “We will also, as a gesture of goodwill refund your postage cost to your original form of payment.”

    Guess what else they didn’t deliver?

    yourguitarhero
    Free Member

    AHAHAHAHA

    The email with that survey link came in at 6:09, It’s now 6:23

    sprootlet
    Free Member

    Waiting for my bag to turn up, expected delivery 13th December – location of parcel on 15th ….. central depot in Rugby and we’re in Essex.
    This is not going to end well

    wzzzz
    Free Member

    You should write this up for vice.com

    They will pay you!

    Sandwich
    Full Member

    I have coffee machine spares out for delivery with them today. It should go through the letter box. Odds on it being left in the recycling wheelie bin/not delivered?

    danradyr1
    Full Member

    Love this thread.

    I’m having a parcel delivered today by MH so fingers crossed, but we do have an excellent MH driver so I’m not too worried.

    I have a small online business and have not used them since a couple of years ago I saw one of their big lorries transfer a load of parcels to one of their smaller vans/crappy delivery cars. The lorry driver was dropping the parcels from the back of his truck to the floor, approx 4ft. Not using the taillift or passing them to the other driver just dropping them one on top of the other… I think it’s a game of ‘we don’t care how many we break’ to them

    ticsmon
    Full Member

    This just popped up on Facebook

    colp
    Full Member

    The lorry driver was dropping the parcels from the back of his truck to the floor, approx 4ft. Not using the taillift or passing them to the other driver just dropping them one on top of the other… I think it’s a game of ‘we don’t care how many we break’ to them

    Just had to refund someone on a broken item, my second in a few weeks. I’m stopping using them

    bigjim
    Full Member

    You should write this up for vice.com
    They will pay you!

    good call

    guitarhero
    Free Member

    Paid for next day from CRC on Thursday cause I needed something for the weekend (no, not that)
    Heart sank when I saw the tracking…………MyHemes

    No sign Friday. OK weather had been pish.
    Sat. 14:00. Out for delivery between 12:00 and 16:00
    Sat 16:30…Delayed, now due between 17:00 and 21:00
    18:30 “Delivery attempt made, allow 24h on 18/12/2017”
    No it bloody wasn’t.
    I’m in Edinburgh BTW. Seems they’ve got form

    yourguitarhero
    Free Member

    Maybe they hate guitar heroes?

    whatnobeer
    Free Member

    I’m not sure if I’d prefer MH or ‘still living in the dark ages’ Canada Post. They were running adverts 2 or 3 years ago saying “in the future you’ll do most of your shopping online and have it delivered straight to your door by Canada Post!”. In the future?!? I’ve been shopping online for at least 15 years. Never mind the fact that my building complex doesnt have mail boxes, so you need to go to the post office itself to get mail and parcels. At this time of year it’s usually a 30 minute wait, sometimes 45 or an hour. And they’ll only hold things for 10 days. Fun fun fun.

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