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  1. I put in my DQ and as I am in Scotland the most LOCAL of courts they can provide is in Newcastle. I'm not fussed, as I don't mind going on a little vacation to Newcastle. Haven't been yet. I have a suspicious feeling that I may not have an excuse to go on vacay in Newcastle ... I will follow the dialogue of previous mediations that have been narrated on here.
  2. Soooo as most would predict. PARCEL2GO had extended their time with the small claim online to review what is blatantly their fault. I hadn't replied on here as I thought it wasn't necessary. So the wait is over and they have given me their template defence like everybody else on here. Their DEFENSE extracted from a PDF file. PDF States: Why they dispute the claim 2.1. Claimant booked and paid for a service via the Defendant website. During the booking process the Claimant is required to enter the content and value, they confirmed the following: "PC PARTS" (43x30x10, 1kg - £1,200.00). Upon entering this value, the Claimant received the following pop-up message: 2.2. "Don't get caught without enough protection should the unexpected happen. You can protect your parcel up to the value of £2,500.00 2.3. Yes, I would like to protect my £1,200.00 parcel against loss or damage for £60.00 exc VAT. 2.4. No, I'm willing to risk my £1,200.00 parcel. I'm not worried about potential loss or damage." 2.5. Claimant declined the option to protect their goods fully and continued through their booking process. Prior to paying for the service, the Claimant is provided with another chance to protect their goods fully, this was declined again. The Claimant went on to accept the Terms and Conditions. 2.6. The parcel was collected and scanned as being delivered on a later date. Claimant began a claim for loss and requested a full refund. This parcel was confirmed as missing and the claim was reviewed, however, due to zero protection being purchased the claim was rejected and a refund of the carriage fees was added. 2.7. Defendant wishes to rely on sections 6.4-6.7 of the Terms and Conditions: Terms and Conditions | Parcel2Go.com WWW.PARCEL2GO.COM About Parcel2Go.com - Terms and Conditions Defendant’s timeline of what happened 26 February 2021 Claimant booked and paid for a service via the Defendant website. The Claimant opted for the zero protection service and accepted the Terms and Conditions. 6 March 2021 Parcel scanned as delivered. Claim was created due to a live help contact from the Claimant. An investigation was raised with the courier. During the live help the Claimant confirmed the following: "I did not opt for protection as I didn't have enough money to do so." 13 March 2021 The Claimant contacted again to chase the query and confirmed that the police and other agencies will be involved. 20 March 2021 Claimant contacted live help to chase the investigation. The operator explained delays were being experienced and to allow a little longer for an update. Once received the Claimant would be notified via the claim. 23 March 2021 The courier confirmed the goods as missing and a claim for loss was required. This claim was reviewed and was rejected due to zero protection being purchased. Claimant contact live help to express their disappointment in the service and their goods potentially being stolen. Claimant mentioned this would be taken to court if not resolved. 8 June 2021 Claimant sent an email 'Letter Before Court Claim' the Claimant requested a refund in full for £685.61 within 14 days. 9 June 2021 Defendant responded to the Claimant, providing the Terms and conditions and explained that zero protection was purchased. 1 July 2021 A Letter Before Action was received in paper form, the Defendant responded to this and provided them with a full breakdown of the booking process, along with the Terms. No further response was made. 2 July 2021 Court case was received. Defendant’s evidence Contracts and agreements: Full booking process including the full Terms and Conditions. Letters, emails and other correspondence: All correspondence between Claimant and Defendant 3. Mediation Willing to try mediation Yes 4. Statement of truth I believe the facts stated in this response are true. I understand that proceedings for contempt of court may be brought against anyone who makes, or causes to be made, a false statement in a document verified by a statement of truth without an honest belief in its truth. Company: Name: Chelsea Walton Role: Asset Protection Officer 2 August 2021
  3. They tried to put the blame on me for not opting for insurance and offered a refund for my postage. email: [email protected] Hope that works for you.
  4. My particulars of claim below: The claimant used the services of the defendant courier company to send a ZOTAC ZT-T20810D-10P Gaming Geforce RTX 2080 Ti AMP Graphic Card value of £683.27 to a UK address. Tracking reference P...... claim reference .... The defendant lost the parcel and has refused to reimburse the claimant. The claimant seeks reimbursement of £683.27 plus the courier fee of £2.34 plus interest pursuant to section 69 of the County Courts act 1984. Money claim created. 19th July is their deadline + an extra 14 days to return with an answer. Will post results around then. Thanks again for all your help. CLAIM FORM - 25-06-2021.pdf
  5. Of course. As always thank you. I will send this letter tomorrow. I will update you accordingly. I input the wrong figure in the red edit. It will be amended to £685.61 (ITEM £683.27 + SHIPPING £2.34) total.
  6. Parcel2Go The Cube Coe Street Bolton BL3 6BU 5th April 2021 Letter Before Court Claim Dear Sir or Madam, Re: Enquiry number: P2G8#######/14##### - Item Lost Parcel2Go was entrusted with a shipment on 19/11/20, subsequently declared lost. The item relates to an eBay return, which was valued at £1200 market value but sold for £683.27 on eBay. The item was dispatched via a “Drop box” at your direction. The item was labelled using the premises’ own label printing service, and scanned into your network at the drop off location. Return address details were enclosed. I require full reimbursement of the amount I had sold the item, which was £683.27 and also the postage fee of £2.34. You have confirmed you accept no liability for the loss of my package, and will not offer any compensation or reimbursement greater than the original cost of shipment of £2.34. If I do not receive the full reimbursement of £683.27 within 14 calendar days of the date of this letter, proceedings will be issued against you in the county court without further notice. I enclose a copy of the eBay sale and Paypal amount paid after fees to my account that the item relates to, as well as evidence that the buyer was later refunded due to non-delivery to inspect the item for your reference. Yours faithfully, xxx Enc: eBay sale transaction, PayPal refund transaction re-edits in red - Is this more what you were after?
  7. Not a problem. Parcel2Go The Cube Coe Street Bolton BL3 6BU 5th April 2021 Letter Before Court Claim Dear Sir or Madam, Re: Enquiry number: P2G8#######/14##### - Item Lost Parcel2Go was entrusted with a shipment on 19/11/20, subsequently declared lost. The item relates to an eBay return, which was valued at £1200 market value but sold for £683.27 on eBay. The item was dispatched via a “Drop box” at your direction. The item was labelled using the premises’ own label printing service, and scanned into your network at the drop off location. Return address details were enclosed. I require full reimbursement of the amount I had sold the item, which was £683.27 and also the postage fee of £2.34. You have confirmed you accept no liability for the loss of my package, and will not offer any compensation or reimbursement greater than the original cost of shipment of £2.34. If I do not receive full reimbursement within 14 calendar days of the date of this letter, proceedings will be issued against you in the county court without further notice. I enclose a copy of the eBay sale and Paypal amount paid after fees to my account that the item relates to, as well as evidence that the buyer was later refunded due to non-delivery to inspect the item for your reference. Yours faithfully, xxx Enc: eBay sale transaction, PayPal refund transaction
  8. Yes sorry, I have had to sell a lot of items of late and I have to co-manage a hostel. My father's health has sparked my yet certain departure from the UK, dependending on tests results. So my leisure time has been limited. But I am trying my best to keep on top of this. In regards to your request to make the claim clearer. What do you suggest as I thought this line makes it clear what needs to be reimbursed? "I require full reimbursement of the amount I had sold the item, which was £683.27 and also the postage fee of £2.34." Thank you.
  9. Hi, I believe that I will be pursuing P2G with recovering my funds. Are you happy with the above Letter to Claim above to send to P2G?
  10. Initially if you read above a couple comments up, BankFodder mentioned that I should pursue with whom I had the contract with? Correct?
  11. Apologies for the delay, Attached is the Letter of Claim, if you approve I will proceed with sending it Tuesday morning. Then send a courtesy email to parcel2go that, a Letter of Claim has been sent and they have 14 days to respond. Thanks Parcel2Go Letter of Claim.pdf One more thing that I forgot to ask was. Is sending the Letter of Claim directly to their email, as effective as sending them a hard copy? I will be sending out the hard copy anyway. I'm just curious if a hard copy is mandatory.
  12. Hello All! I'm soooo lucky to stumble upon your Forum of excellence. Honestly love your work here guys!! (Following a format of a post I recently saw, plagiarism at its best hehe) I recently booked a label for postage, for an eBay buyer to return a highly expensive Graphics Card they weren't happy with, so I can then inspect and assess. Little did I know, I was in for a fight as this is how it all came about: 26/02/2021; Booked and sent a postage label via Parcel2Go website to buyer via eBay, using the InPost drop off service. Value declared £1200. No extra insurance taken. 6/03/2021; Received a delivery associated with the GPU (Graphics Card) but found they sent me a dressing robe instead of my intended item. 6/03/2021; Opened a claim that my item was lost. Parcel2go stated I wait 14 days as they investigate what happened. SNAPSHOT OF WHAT IS SHOWING IN THE CLAIM TO DATE: - Enquiry updates: March 23rd 2021, 3:02 pm Rejected Parcel protection not taken. Parcel protection not taken March 12th 2021, 11:50 pm Pending Courier March 6th 2021, 5:58 pm Submit To Courier We have requested further information directly from courier, we will let you know once they have replied to our request March 6th 2021, 5:58 pm Create Enquiry Tracking also showed "Hold. Requested information from courier" on this date, 5.09pm. After the loss enquiry was generated. 23/03/2021; Spoke to Parcel2go on their LIVE CHAT but had been shut down on every occasion. Then an update on my Enquiry stated: Enquiry showed " Rejected. Parcel protection not taken. Parcel protection not taken. ". TODAY 04/04/2021; I contact you for what my next step should be. I'm willing to go all the way. I have photographic and video proof from my buyer that they placed the item in the drop box and closed its door. I also have photographic and video proof of receiving the incorrect parcel into my hands by the driver via my Hostel's CCTV footage. Not to add I have found some suspicious handling within the tracking details via the eBay tracker. As shown below. I have a suspicious feeling you are going to ask whether I have read what was on the other forums. I have but I would also like a brief on my next steps and whether I have missed something on the other forums. So do I progress with an email stating I will be sending them a Letter before action or just go right ahead sending them a letter? Also initially when booking the postage label, I had written down the value to be £1,200, as I initially thought they wanted what the Graphic Card is worth in the market. Or do I go by the value of the eBay invoice which was around about £700? Looking forward to your thoughts.
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