Or only send them a copy of the original and retain the original . Currently as it is free I would also get any item collected by your postman as it is then in their control from the very start .Ive had 2 similar things happen with RMSD and they did turn up although late, just be aware if it has gone missing I had one time were an item was lost I put in a claim and they asked for the original recipt etc so I sent in the original recipt RMSD for the recipt to be lost at their end how convenient, and was told I could put in a claim for the £500 for the second missing letter but as no original recipt I could not claim for the £1000 original item, but I had to prove the 2nd item just a letter and recipt for first item was worth £500 which was not possible, I use the service simply because it is the only one affordable and easy to use , but take precautions it you have to claim they are not trust worthy.
The tracking is only accurate once deliveredY’up, I totally accept I was jumping the gun! Thanks for all your info and reassurance. I haven’t sent anything by RMSD for years and with everything having run like clockwork in
the past, this has been a first
-a very different experience. I did expect the worst!
This morning when I tracked the parcel, it said it was still in Leeds. So I headed over to this mammoth centre. No public access. The guy operating the intercom on the gate (first person I’ve managed to actually speak to) was incredibly helpful. The parcel was in NI, whereas tracking said otherwise. I got a message from the buyer to say it’s arrived. I’ll ask the mods to delete this thread.
I predict that my grand kids will live in an era that’s not as conducive to nature as I have enjoyedPrediction is difficult - especially about the future
Attended a barbecue last year in the back garden of a semi detached house. Well it had been several years since this garden had seen a lawnmower, hedgeclippers and the like. The bird, insect and other wildlife present was incredible. Bees feeding off wild flowers and an abundance of butterflies around the place.
We are fortunate enough to have an annual nesting of sparrows in the hedge between me and my next door neighbour. There's usually at least 4 nests and when all the fledglings get ready to leave the nest the noise is amazing! We normally find them hanging around all the pots on our patio for a few days too, love to see them "gaining their wings". We also get the odd blue and great tits, a robin, and a few blackbirds although they don't nest in our trees. We do our bit to grow as many insect-friendly flowers as we can so there's usually plenty of bees, but also flies for the birds to feed on.