- Sending forks – Are Parcel Force / Parcel Force still in the bad books?
I need to send a pair of forks in the post and was wondering if Royal Mail are still binning suspension components? I’m in Llanberis so there is not a wealth of options open to me!
Has anyone successfully managed to send forks/shock via parcel force recently? If so did you use any special labelling or anything to try and minimize the risk of disposal?Posted 3 years agojulianwilsonMember
We used myhermes via parcels2go recently. It is cheap but the insurance is not, ie low headline price and then ‘proper’ insurance is almost 8% of the value of what we sent!
When after 6 hours of staying in, mrs wilson objected to staying in the rest of the day to wait for collection the nice lady on the phone directed her to a nearby shop who (apparently on instructions from the phone lady) accepted a frame box size. (They wouldn’t have normally but apparently complaining a bit helped). Courier turned up at about 6 in the end 😯Posted 3 years ago
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