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  1. below is part of what I wrote on 3rd February 2015. Probably they didn't believe me. I hope you will deal with my claim quickly and fairly as I don’t have anymore time to waste but, if I am forced to look elsewhere for justice and understanding, I will do so in a small claim court where my final claim will be substantially bigger.
  2. I have also used a local Royal Mail address so, in the event of going to court, I don't have to travel far.
  3. I have filled in court papers online today and paid £35 court fees. Below is what I wrote. will keep you informed guys. Many thanks for all your help. On 12.12.2014 I have posted food supplements, sold on ebay.co.uk, to a customer in Peterborough using a Special Delivery Service, barcode (Censored) which was lost. A replacement was sent out on 06.01.2015 using the same Special Delivery Service, barcode (Censored), which was delivered on 08.01.2015. Royal Mail is refusing to pay for the full value of the lost item despite being coerced to buying extra insurance at the point of
  4. I read the post and it could apply as I have used Special delivery. if I knew RM only pays purchase price I would have used signed for saving £4 in postal charges.
  5. I want them to admit liability for loosing my item and for my time when pursuing a claim. I want them to make it clear in any post office that they will pay the price paid not sold in the event of a lost/damaged item. I want them to change the wording on Special delivery stickers from "Guaranteed" to "maybe"
  6. I know we hate some European rules but, I think, we should get together and pursue RM all the way to the courts in Bruxelles. What are they saying: I can loose your parcel but I am not responsible? I don't think will wash in the 21st century. I know we need competition, and will be using competitors, when possible, from now on. But I still want to take them to court and post a photo of the cheque here for everyone to see. is RM above the law? Why should we provide all information to RM, including our suppliers? When posting we are asked the value of an item not how much we have paid for it. I
  7. So what are you guys saying? I am wasting my time? Should I just provide a copy of my invoice and move on? It doesn't feel right
  8. There are a lot of unhappy RM customers out there. I am sure that it must be something we can do. What are they trying to say? our time is unimportant?
  9. Could you be more specific please? I was coerced in buying a service I shouldn't have. I was asked the value of item not the purchase price. If I had I would have saved £4 in postal charges.
  10. When you send an item, the cashier always asks you "What is the value of the item?" If you are selling an unwanted gift worth £100, its value is £100, end of story. If they are only going to compensate you what you paid for it, they should clearly ask you "How much did you pay for this item?" to make sure people realise what's going on. Asking how much its worth when they take your money to pay for special delivery, and then saying "Sorry, we only pay how much you paid for it" when they lose the item is misleading. I sold some food supplements wh
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