Thursday, 22 August 2019

Guess what

After my stamp failed to arrive we put in our claim. The company accepted this (12 emails) and arranged a replacement to be delivered.

When we got up this morning our lost stamp had been put through our letterbox. Who delivered it, we have no idea but I am glad to see it! Proves at least it was delivered elsewhere.

The company has been informed.

8 comments:

  1. We so often receive parcels by mistake for the next street along. We just pop it through the letter box for whoever it is. Glad yours arrived safely.

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    1. Thanks. We quite often get letters for our neighbours.

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  2. Glad you got it eventually but, as I mentioned on my blog this morning, isn't it a pity that everything seems to be a battle nowadays? Our parcels often get delivered to the wrong house - road signage here is very confusing - and we get neighbours' parcels too. Luckily, as it's a short no through road with only a few houses, we all know each other and are happy to take in whoever's parcels.

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    1. Our post code definitely brings people here and our house and gate have our number on. Heavens knows where it was delivered to.

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  3. Interesting - I'm glad it finally arrived and I am sure the company is glad too.
    xx

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    1. Hopefully, they haven’t replied yet.

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  4. I once received an eviction notice. I knew what it was as it was written all over the envelope along with DO NOT IGNORE. It was for a home half a mile away. I did deliver it but thought some people would have simply put it in the bin and there people wouldn't have been any the wiser.

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    1. Good for you if not them. Glad someone gave me the parcel as well.

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