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Registered: ‎04-01-2009

Re: Computer parts:)

I take it there was someone home to take delivery?

 

If so you aren't overreacting, it's an expensive delivery to go missing. Be thankful you have an honest neighbour.

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Re: Computer parts:)

At the neighbours there was thankfully. Thankfully it was that neighbour Smiley Happy if it were the other side the stuff would already be on eBay by nowSmiley Sad

I told the company to hold off if they got the stock in until the 13th when I'm back. So they're partly to blame but DPD are a bit of a jokeSmiley Sad didn't even get a signature.
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At least your stuff is safe, what a relief!  Poppy.jpg

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Re: Computer parts:)

AgreedSmiley Happy I don't want any of this compensation malarky I just want DPD to know they screwed up and I'm not impressed haha. £10-20 yh not that bothered but £1800 is an awful lot to leave with someone who's name isn't on the parcel haha.

I love my neighbourSmiley Happy
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