canuktraveller wrote: »
I really like C+. The local drop off place is a 5min walk and is open until about 8pm so no waiting for couriers to call. I have used it several times and so far everything has arrived in reasonable time - It's marketed as an economy service NOT a next day service. The price is great, the ease of use is great, it's easy to track an item. I found out about it via ebay and book through a site parcels2go
piglet25 wrote: »
Does anyone know the approx cost, or the cheapest company to use for a parcel to Australia, weighning 10kg and having the dimensions of 50cm x 50cm x 50cm?
Collect+_representative wrote: »
Please can you contact [EMAIL="email@example.com"][email protected][/EMAIL] with your full name, tracking number and telephone.
We will try and get this resolved for you as quickly as possible.
vet8 wrote: »
I will start this thread by saying Avoid Hermes.
I have literally been waiting 6 weeks now for parcels from 2 different companies. Hermes will not deliver if you live in an unadopted road, they have confirmed that to me. They are supposed to then transfer the parcel to UPS who come in a van, but even though the companies have now sent 5 different parcels between them none have arrived. Apparently the parcels are too small to go to UPS so Hermes will not deliver then and will not pass them on so I do not get them.
Ebay sellers, be warned you are liable for a lot of negative feedback if you use this firm. From what I understand they are good if things go smoothly, but if there are any problems they are USELESS.
buglawton wrote: »
Are there any parcel agents with lots of drop off points, that also dispatch to Europe?
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