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  • aardvaakaardvaak Forumite
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    aardvaak said:
    Zanderman said:
    aardvaak said:
    Zanderman said:
    I have an item to post today and its after 12 noon. My exercise time today is about 4.30pm. I have decided to post it then and will process the rest on the given dates and will fit them into my exercise time.  These are just letters. OMG I really cannot believe this is what its all come to. 
    BUT you have been told to stop sending things.
    OK you will be going out any way but they have said they are suspending the survey and to keep items till later, not post them according to the original survey requirements.
    I think you should just keep the items safely and not post them.
    And it is not just about you and your timetable but the people who would receive what you are posting.  Better to avoid any need for them to be bothered by having to collect or have to re-arrange delivery.
    If the survey is suspended then it is actually a waste of your time and the items being posted.
    Please none of you lecture me. Obviously I am not the only one. Received an item of mail today posted on the 27 March and received today. 
    Not lecturing, just asking!  Why do you intend to post items when you've been told not to? Am I missing something?  Kantar have asked you not to post.
    You must be missing something.
    Who/where has anyone been told not to?
    When did Kantar have asked you not to post?

    It's the first thing you see when you log in.
    You said you logged in earlier - you didn't read the notice?
    Why would I, I was looking for the non existent survey to accept.
    Incidently it does not say any such message on log in.

    You must be logging in to a different site.  Right on the front page, dated 25 March, is the notice where, under the heading of Corovirus Update, it says they are pausing the survey and "please do not leave your home on survey business". 

    What's the address of the landing page where this does not appear?  Or is it the case that you are using the App and that has a different display?
    Yes it says they are pausing surveys but it does not say do not post



  • Baileys_BabeBaileys_Babe Forumite
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    aardvaak said:
    aardvaak said:
    Zanderman said:
    aardvaak said:
    Zanderman said:
    I have an item to post today and its after 12 noon. My exercise time today is about 4.30pm. I have decided to post it then and will process the rest on the given dates and will fit them into my exercise time.  These are just letters. OMG I really cannot believe this is what its all come to. 
    BUT you have been told to stop sending things.
    OK you will be going out any way but they have said they are suspending the survey and to keep items till later, not post them according to the original survey requirements.
    I think you should just keep the items safely and not post them.
    And it is not just about you and your timetable but the people who would receive what you are posting.  Better to avoid any need for them to be bothered by having to collect or have to re-arrange delivery.
    If the survey is suspended then it is actually a waste of your time and the items being posted.
    Please none of you lecture me. Obviously I am not the only one. Received an item of mail today posted on the 27 March and received today. 
    Not lecturing, just asking!  Why do you intend to post items when you've been told not to? Am I missing something?  Kantar have asked you not to post.
    You must be missing something.
    Who/where has anyone been told not to?
    When did Kantar have asked you not to post?

    It's the first thing you see when you log in.
    You said you logged in earlier - you didn't read the notice?
    Why would I, I was looking for the non existent survey to accept.
    Incidently it does not say any such message on log in.

    You must be logging in to a different site.  Right on the front page, dated 25 March, is the notice where, under the heading of Corovirus Update, it says they are pausing the survey and "please do not leave your home on survey business". 

    What's the address of the landing page where this does not appear?  Or is it the case that you are using the App and that has a different display?
    Yes it says they are pausing surveys but it does not say do not post




    It says " pause all survey tasks which require you to leave the house"

    If you have a post box in your home that the Royal Mail collect from you would be in a position to continue posting otherwise you need to stop posting.
  • retiredandskintretiredandskint Forumite
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    I'm still getting them delivered.  
  • edited 30 March at 4:01PM
    tbootboo Forumite
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    edited 30 March at 4:01PM
    Fot those that may have missed the advice posted on the Kantar main page

    “You’re only here for a short visit.
    Don’t hurry, don't worry and be sure to smell the flowers along the way.”
    Walter Hagen


  • gt94sss2gt94sss2 Forumite
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    Are people still preparing items that were due to be posted? (Though obviously not actually posting them!)
  • beanieloubeanielou Forumite
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    gt94sss2 said:
    Are people still preparing items that were due to be posted? (Though obviously not actually posting them!)
    No. I see no point.
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    **Credit card debt free 30/06/10~**
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    "A large income is the best recipe for happiness I ever heard of" Jane Austen in Mansfield Park.
    ***Fall down seven times,stand up eight*** ~~Japanese proverb.
    It starts with you, it starts from now. *** It is ok to be me.***
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  • edited 30 March at 6:18PM
    joeyjimblesjoeyjimbles Forumite
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    edited 30 March at 6:18PM
    I'm still getting them delivered.  
    Me too. 2 on Friday, 2 on Saturday and 1 today.
    And I'm not prepping anything. I've just put everything away in the drawer and I'll get them out as and when we start up again.

    regular saver 20.06.20 £75£200
    op £11.25
  • edited 30 March at 6:44PM
    tomvoxtomvox Forumite
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    edited 30 March at 6:44PM
    gt94sss2 said:
    Are people still preparing items that were due to be posted? (Though obviously not actually posting them!)


    I am. It's just as easy to have everything ready to go when we get the OK to start posting again. I suspect they wont be sending any further packs out until then so I feel it's simply more convenient (of course if I had a few cubes to post my answer would probably be different).
  • PrimrosePrimrose Forumite
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    I will try and prep everything now so ai,m ready when things start again, as it could be months and I'll be a little rusty in the process but I,m Not sure all my future mailings are on screen yet so I can add the RIDF code letters.
  • dooey1dooey1 Forumite
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    Hey all! Got a nice choccie surprise in post today. Nice little note enclosed also. Thanks for early posting Kantar!
    Hope everyone stays well.      
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