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Received my copy of the agreement from Halifax, identical to everyone else. As there's no consensus on the validity of this type of agreement, I'm relying upon the default notice which was dated 7 days before I actually received it!

 

I kept the envelope and it's electronically stamped, but how do I prove the actual posting date?

 

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The posting date is on the envelope ;)

They'd have problems proving a different date although sometimes RM do screw up

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Thanks for that. There's no actual date on the envelope, its a bar code and some text (UKML 525035220). How do I determine the posting date from this?

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This is a good question. As I also recieved a default notice 7 days after the date on the letter. I have kept the envolope, but like Imansquest only have a barcode.?? Does anyone have an idea how or if you can denote actual posting date?

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Uk Mail

Tnt

Etc

Etc

 

Take It From Me

 

Any One Of These And Its Prob 7 Days To Get To You

 

Ill Try And Get The Exact Facts As Ime In The Mail Centre Tomorrow

 

Now People

 

I Only Said That In Jest As To My Opinion Of Royal Mail

 

Get The Idea

 

Dont Want To Be Cagbot Do We

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Do You Still Have The Envelope

 

Does It Have Two Horozontel Lines Of Blue Dots On The Front

 

You Have To Look Hard Look On The Back Of The Envelope Also For Any Marks

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Hello 1mansquest!

 

...two orange Barcodes underneath...

 

Excellent.

 

I'm working on those Orange Barcodes. I can't yet read them, but can say the upper one does contain a date. Royal Mail know when that Barcode was printed, by which machine, down to within a 30 minute timescale.

 

If the date is critical, then ask Royal Mail to de-code it for you. Or, ask a Judge to demand that Royal Mail de-codes it for you!

 

Cheers,

BRW

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Hello 1mansquest!

 

 

 

Excellent.

 

I'm working on those Orange Barcodes. I can't yet read them, but can say the upper one does contain a date. Royal Mail know when that Barcode was printed, by which machine, down to within a 30 minute timescale.

 

If the date is critical, then ask Royal Mail to de-code it for you. Or, ask a Judge to demand that Royal Mail de-codes it for you!

 

Cheers,

BRW

 

 

FANCY MY JOB:D:D

 

ILL PM YOU SOME INFO ON THE ORANGE BARCODES WHEN I HAVE IT

 

IT ALL HELPS

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Hello Postggj!

 

ILL PM YOU SOME INFO ON THE ORANGE BARCODES WHEN I HAVE IT

 

Please do, I've been investigating these for a few Months now, but it's clear they are using a Character Map to Barcodes that is not in the public domain.

 

Cheers,

BRW

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Postggj, no horizontal lines of blue dots on the front and nothing on the back except a number: 500153, which I assume is just an envelope batch number.

 

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