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Just thought I'd spread the word and give a heads up....

 

Ordered goods on 1st Dec

Had mail advising of dispatch on 6th Dec

Estimated delivery 9th Dec

Chased on 13th.. no response

Chased again yesterday...

Voicemail from T rU...

"Being returned by carrier, not able to get out before Xmas therefore giving refund".

This is even though they are still advertising on their web site delivery by Xmas if ordered by midnight tonight!

No attempt appears to have even been made to deliver, it is not a rural postcode, no card through the door etc.

 

Just a heads up is all!

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Different carriers have different logistics problems. The fact they are still advertising is irrelevant, providing they can still deliver to the majority of postcodes. As for complaining to TS, don't bother - it would be needless 'busy work' with no benefit to anyone.

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Perhaps you believe every address is treated equally? On the basis of the changeable nature of the weather, if the majority of shipments get through - their claim is justified. If carriers deem certain areas at 'no go' then this does not diminish the promise, and the ASA (not TS) are happy to agree.

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Sort of agree but this is a different situation:

They are delivering to an area that has not had a snow problem. We had a splattering that was gone in 2 days earlier in the Month. They have had 17 days from order till now to either deliver or contact me: nothing!

 

I an just pointing out that if they have been unable to deliver a parcel to Berkshire in 17 days (a non-affected postal area), how can they commit to deliver by Xmas - 5 working days away? They even said on the phone TODAY, that they could re-send my shipment but didn't think it would arrive in time for Xmas - a promise flashing on their OWN WEBSITE as they were speaking to me!

People will order with them tonight expecting delivery by Xmas and I expect there will be quite a number of disappointed children come Xmas day.

I have had many deliveries from various people & places over the last couple of weeks - all have arrived in good time. This is NOT a weather related problem, it is a problem with their own processes and standard of customer service. They have a network of outlets that if they were dedicated to delivering customer service they could use in this sort of situation:

Pack & deliver from local store.

Pack at local store and offer collection.

 

No, they rely on a distribution centre somewhere up north & a carrier that appears to be unable to even attempt a delivery and just holds onto the stuff for a couple of weeks and then sends it back.

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My advise is based on the information you've provided.

 

Sort of agree but this is a different situation:

They are delivering to an area that has not had a snow problem. We had a splattering that was gone in 2 days earlier in the Month. They have had 17 days from order till now to either deliver or contact me: nothing!

 

I an just pointing out that if they have been unable to deliver a parcel to Berkshire in 17 days (a non-affected postal area), how can they commit to deliver by Xmas - 5 working days away? They even said on the phone TODAY, that they could re-send my shipment but didn't think it would arrive in time for Xmas - a promise flashing on their OWN WEBSITE as they were speaking to me!

People will order with them tonight expecting delivery by Xmas and I expect there will be quite a number of disappointed children come Xmas day.

I have had many deliveries from various people & places over the last couple of weeks - all have arrived in good time. This is NOT a weather related problem, it is a problem with their own processes and standard of customer service. They have a network of outlets that if they were dedicated to delivering customer service they could use in this sort of situation:

Pack & deliver from local store.

Pack at local store and offer collection.

 

No, they rely on a distribution centre somewhere up north & a carrier that appears to be unable to even attempt a delivery and just holds onto the stuff for a couple of weeks and then sends it back.

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