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DPD delivered my parcel when I had requested it to be delivered the next day as I had got called into work.

I had conformation on the APP and a conformation email it would be delivered to my pick up point the next day

 

when I turned my phone on, on my break at work I see the parcel had been delivered to my safe place which is right at the front door.

When I went home later after work it wasn't there and wasn't taken in by any of the neighbours.

 

I contacted DPD and they said driver had failed to read the instructions properly and was their fault but had to go through currys,

done that

 

after 3 days currys investigation concluded it was indeed my fault as the driver left it in the safe place.

 

What an absolute joke!

 

They expect me to pay £300 for an item I never received due to an incompetent driver?

 

What can I do?

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  • dx100uk changed the title to Currys item/DPD FAILED TO READ INSTRUCTIONS

type in evri and get reading up

 

the process is the same for your claim against DPD.

 

complaint letter

letter of claim

court claim.

 

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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  • dx100uk changed the title to Currys item/DPD - they failed to follow delivery instructions - parcel missing

You say that the parcels delivered to your "safe place". This means that you had designated some special place to leave the parcel. Why is it that DPD would know this and had you given them instructions to ignore the safe place and to deliver elsewhere?

Do you have any record that DPD agreed that it was their error?

How did you pay?

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I requested it to be delivered the next day as I had been called into work and this.

 

Has been confirmed when I call DPD they say I requested it to be re delivered the next day and the driver has made a mistake

 

3 times I've called and everytime they say they can see it, I have an email confirming delivery the next day and also on the tracking activity it would be delivered the next day

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and bankfodders remaining question please?

 

 

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please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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It would also be very useful to know what the item was and what it's value was

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You haven't addressed the question that I put asking how did you pay. This is some reason for this?

It will make things very much easier if you could deal with the questions which are put instead of us having to go back repeatedly and ask for answers.
If you prefer not to answer then maybe you could simply at least tell us

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It is on finance from creation, and yes I had requested to be delivered next day not to be left in a safe place, if I had requested next day why would it be left in a safe place as I am requesting next day

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I don't understand the arrangement with Creation. Is this on hire purchase? Or is it a loan? If you aren't sure then please check the agreement

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I wonder if that means that it is hire purchase. It sounds like it but we would need you to read the agreement.

Did you pay any of it at all using a debit card or credit card? A deposit?

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It's on my debit card but I can pay it off within 12 months and won't pay any interest on it anything after 12 months I would have to pay interest.  Its known as flexible credit can see anything with HP on it

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I don't quite understand the arrangement but I understand from what you say is that the whole thing is to be charged against your debit card and some of the money has already been taken – is that correct?

 

Who issued the debit card?

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No it's a buy now pay later plan that's starts taking payments 12 months later. But if you pay it up before the 12 months you only pay the item price with no interest any monies to be paid after the 12 months period would incur interest charges. So after 12 months it will be taken each month for 12 months by direct debit the 1/12 of the item plus interest charges of 24.9%

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I'm trying to find out what money has been paid so far and by what means. The reason is that if money has been paid using your debit card or credit card – but especially debit card, then you might want to begin the chargeback process of complaining to the card issuer and obliging them to refund your money.

As far as I can see, the problem here is with Currys. Of course DPD is in the frame as well but it would probably be easier to begin against Currys who have a legal responsibility to ensure that a delivery has taken place.

If you have evidence of your instructions then that is pretty well all you need although don't imagine it will be straightforward because you will have to threaten and then to begin a court action against whoever you decide to go against – DPD or Currys.

If on the other hand I can manage to find out from you – and it is proving to be difficult – whether you have paid money to your debit card then we might suggest that you begin the chargeback process.

That would also have the effect of concentrating Currys mind enormously on the problem because at the moment they are simply trying to deflect you over to DPD. And of course DPD will try to deflect you back to Currys. It's piggy in the middle – and you are Piggy.

So what I'm trying to find out is has any money been paid? Has it been paid using a debit card? Or are you telling me that you have got the thing for free of charge and you don't have to start paying anything until the expiry of 12 months but before if you want to avoid interest?

That seems to be what you are saying here I find a bit amazing.

Make no mistake, you will have to threaten a legal action against someone and of course we will help you but it would be very useful to understand the whole story properly

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Okay well I would suggest that you proceed against Currys.

Curries are extremely poor when it comes to customer service – and they also get very stupid about remedying problems and they tend to grind their heels in rather than think about helping the customer and enhancing their own reputation.

So we need to assemble evidence.
Please can you say again what evidence you have as to the instructions you gave for the delivery.
Also I think should send an SAR to DPD. You have to send them some form of identity evidence such as a utilities bill. If you have a look at their website may be to have some kind of form to fill in. Strictly speaking this is not legally necessary but rather than get involved in a dispute about this, you may as well follow their requirements in order to get it sorted out quickly. It will take 30 days anyway.

I'm very sorry but don't expect this to be quick.

Can you tell us about the evidence you have please

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The evidence I have is that I requested at 10:51 item to be redelivered the next day as I had been called into work for 12:00, I have conformation of this on the DPD app and also an email confirming it would be delivered to my local pick up point at the USAVE store.

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Has I look at the proposed letter below. See if it is correct. If there is anything you want to add and anything you want to take away.

 

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Dear sir/madam

 

Reference. XXX

 

 

On xxx date by. Purchased a XXX from you for £xxx.

You appointed DPD to make the delivery.

Your delivery agents failed to follow my instructions correctly with the result that the XXX which I purchased from you was left in a place from Which it appears to have been stolen.

I have evidence that DPD did receive my instruction and that they did not follow them.

I am enclosing a copy of this evidence with this letter.

 

I require that either you provide me with the item which you have sold me or else give me full reimbursement within 14 days.

 

If I do not receive one of these within the 14-day limit than I will begin a county court action against you to recover my money plus interest and without any for the notice.

Yours faithfully

 

 

Please do understand that if you send this letter that it is not a bluff.

Currys will not pay you back your money without the claim papers being issued.

 

Don't imagine that they will simply respond to your threat and comply with your requirements.

 

They won't

 

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If you are happy with the letter or if you want to change it, could you please then post here the final version that you are going to send off .

The absolutely certain that you are prepared to issue the claim on day 15. As I have already said, it is not a bluff.  If you don't issue the claim then you will lose credibility. Make sure that you know what is involved in bringing a small claim in the county court

We have lots of guidance here

 

 

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Dear sir/madam

 

Reference. CUR2335057087

 

 

On the 7th of April 2023 (07/04/2023). I Purchased a Shark Vacuum cleaner from you for £299

You appointed DPD to make the delivery.

Your delivery agents failed to follow my instructions correctly with the result that the SHARK Vacuum cleaner which I purchased from you was left in a place from Which it appears to have been stolen.

I have evidence that DPD did receive my instruction and that they did not follow them.

I am enclosing a copy of this evidence with this letter.

 

I require that either you provide me with the item which you have sold me or else give me full reimbursement within 14 days.

 

If I do not receive one of these within the 14-day limit than I will begin a county court action against you to recover my money plus interest and without any for the notice.

Yours faithfully,

 

Gary Scott.

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So with that evidence I have sent over surely its black and white that I am not to blame and it is indeed currys

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Correction

 

Without any further notice

 

 

 

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Dear sir/madam

 

Reference. .......

 

 

On the 7th of April 2023 (07/04/2023). I Purchased a Shark Vacuum cleaner from you for £299

You appointed DPD to make the delivery.

Your delivery agents failed to follow my instructions correctly with the result that the SHARK Vacuum cleaner which I purchased from you was left in a place from Which it appears to have been stolen.

I have evidence that DPD did receive my instruction and that they did not follow them.

I am enclosing a copy of this evidence with this letter.

 

I require that either you provide me with the item which you have sold me or else give me full reimbursement within 14 days.

 

If I do not receive one of these within the 14-day limit than I will begin a county court action against you to recover my money plus interest and without further

notice.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Xxxxxsx

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