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halodudify
EDIT: For some reason they think that the postcode for my street is different compared to what my postcode actually is. All the other details of the address are correct on the site but not the postcode, weird...
You think that's bad!
I can't contact my local council 'cos the web site says my post code is invalid!.....wish that was the case when they bill me for Council Tax!X)

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#1
Cheers!
#2
Worth a shot
#3
Looks like I can't do it :(
"The postcode is invalid. Please enter a valid postcode."

EDIT: For some reason they think that the postcode for my street is different compared to what my postcode actually is. All the other details of the address are correct on the site but not the postcode, weird...

Edited By: halodudify on Jun 25, 2014 23:04: Updated details
#4
halodudify
Looks like I can't do it :(
"The postcode is invalid. Please enter a valid postcode."

EDIT: For some reason they think that the postcode for my street is different compared to what my postcode actually is. All the other details of the address are correct on the site but not the postcode, weird...


Put post code in caps
11 Likes #5
halodudify
EDIT: For some reason they think that the postcode for my street is different compared to what my postcode actually is. All the other details of the address are correct on the site but not the postcode, weird...
You think that's bad!
I can't contact my local council 'cos the web site says my post code is invalid!.....wish that was the case when they bill me for Council Tax!X)
2 Likes #6
I have done this, and earned £15 so far in vouchers... it's easy just send the junk mail you receive back in SAE and record them. each of the parts you complete they give you £5 IL V's worth a try
#7
Really?!? I can't do it because I have phone entry... Wish they didn't ring it half the time when baby was asleep...
3 Likes #8
dalipsinghno1
I have done this, and earned £15 so far in vouchers... it's easy just send the junk mail you receive back in SAE and record them. each of the parts you complete they give you £5 IL V's worth a try

I think you might be talking about something else. The reward here is postage stamps. These come in the form of books of standard stamps and sometimes special edition stamps. I recently received a set of Classic Children's TV for example.

As a member of the posting panel you are asked to record mail received from other members, and also to post specific items to other members, usually in specific time slots and using specified methods, e.g. post box, handed over at post office etc. You may also recieve and have to record other mail items such as magazines that are sent to you. Additionally you have to record the specific time you post items and enter data such as the last posting times displayed at post offices you use.

I think there is a periodic prize draw to win high street vouchers but I've never seen any of these.

It's not difficult to do, but you do need to be a little organised to remeber that next Tuesday you have to post a specific letter between 10:00 and 13:00 and record the details.
#9
you do get vouchers on un addressed mail survey. as i got them. but when it comes to sending mail out. you get stamps.
#10
Trentend
dalipsinghno1
I have done this, and earned £15 so far in vouchers... it's easy just send the junk mail you receive back in SAE and record them. each of the parts you complete they give you £5 IL V's worth a try

I think you might be talking about something else. The reward here is postage stamps. These come in the form of books of standard stamps and sometimes special edition stamps. I recently received a set of Classic Children's TV for example.

As a member of the posting panel you are asked to record mail received from other members, and also to post specific items to other members, usually in specific time slots and using specified methods, e.g. post box, handed over at post office etc. You may also recieve and have to record other mail items such as magazines that are sent to you. Additionally you have to record the specific time you post items and enter data such as the last posting times displayed at post offices you use.

I think there is a periodic prize draw to win high street vouchers but I've never seen any of these.

It's not difficult to do, but you do need to be a little organised to remeber that next Tuesday you have to post a specific letter between 10:00 and 13:00 and record the details.
shadowsmelts
you do get vouchers on un addressed mail survey. as i got them. but when it comes to sending mail out. you get stamps.

No I am talking about TNS where I enrolled and participated in 3 different surveys, 1st one just recording any UAM, then 2nd/3rd time actually sending them back and recording them all these times I got vouchers....
#11
Cheers pal = heat
#12
Accepted and done!!
Heat added
1 Like #13
I signed up for this year's ago..still waiting for my first survey
1 Like #14
Not really practical when you work 10hrs a day
1 Like #15
Signed up for this month's ago but heard nothing. :(
1 Like #16
Ive done this before - I think its a lot of work for a couple of books of stamps, especially so if you work during the day and they want you to take a package to the post office between set times. I was getting 2 or 3 parcels a week at one point.
#17
Been doing this for a few months. Get 12 free 1st class stamps and 4 1st class large letter stamps each month. You get a £1 shopping voucher for every box parcel you send. Easy really!!!
2 Likes #18
I did this and finished a cycle a few months ago (they send you stuff for a few months then you have to wait a while before you can do it again). It seems like a good deal at first but after a while it becomes tedious as you have to remember to post items on various days at specific times then remember to log on and record the details. If you have a lot of spare time then it would be great for you but if you're usually busy it will feel like a burden. Additionally, after I purchased Royal Mail shares during the offering they have now told me I'm ineligible to participate anymore. Luckily it was after I had finished the cycle so at least I now have a good stock of stamps!
1 Like #19
I have been involved with this for some time they give you every month a book of 12 1st class stamps and a book of 4 large stamps ,depending what you are posting ie dvd boxes and small boxes which have to be taken to post offices they will give some love to shop vouchers normally £2.00 a time .If you dont live near a main post office think before getting involved as the petrol will cost more than they give also if you are working this can be a pain as every thing sent out has to be as they ask in time frames ...Hope it helps ..
#20
willysnapper
halodudify
EDIT: For some reason they think that the postcode for my street is different compared to what my postcode actually is. All the other details of the address are correct on the site but not the postcode, weird...
You think that's bad!
I can't contact my local council 'cos the web site says my post code is invalid!.....wish that was the case when they bill me for Council Tax!X)

It was the same for me last year, when we moved to a new address. The council/postoffice/studentfinance and other government places didn't know our street even existed. Our insurance for both house/car almost doubled because the post code wasn't in the system properly yet!
#21
jbdeals
halodudify
Looks like I can't do it :(
"The postcode is invalid. Please enter a valid postcode."

EDIT: For some reason they think that the postcode for my street is different compared to what my postcode actually is. All the other details of the address are correct on the site but not the postcode, weird...


Put post code in caps

It was typed in correctly, it's just they probably get their postcode info from Google (who also don't have the correct postcode for my street) I have reported the postcode being incorrect to Google in the hope that they'll update it.
3 Likes #22
At the end of survey:

"And finally, please can you select a reference code from the list below. The code can be found either on the the promotional leaflet, or on the email that you received. "

drop-down menu options:

INTERNET
ROYAL MAIL WEBSITE
FRIEND OR FAMILY
KANTARB01
KANTARP01
OTHER

i do not have any liflet or email.

Any idea?
#23
Will give it a go
Thanks
#24
Tried this as well. Was good at the start when I only had to post one letter a week but then it got ridiculous was receiving junk mail, sever letters and parcels a day as well as letters to send off. Good if you have lots of free time but otherwise not worth the hassle
#25
mtodak
At the end of survey:

"And finally, please can you select a reference code from the list below. The code can be found either on the the promotional leaflet, or on the email that you received. "

drop-down menu options:


INTERNET
ROYAL MAIL WEBSITE
FRIEND OR FAMILY
KANTARB01
KANTARP01
OTHER

i do not have any liflet or email.

Any idea?

I've just registered and had the same concern about which ref. code to use from the drop-down menu. I selected "OTHER" as I think it best fits how I became aware of the info.. Hope it was the right decision!
Thanks OP.
#26
Thanks for posting this op, Very handy for me as I live next to post office,

On the drop down box at the end I chose INTERNET, As I found it on here,

Aw well, We'll see how it goes :)
#27
I have been doing this for a few years.

I cant always get the items sent/handed over to the post office on time, So don't feel that you have to do it on the exact day it states.

Ive sent things a week later than they should for around 8 months now as i cant always post on time, And they are fine with it as-long as you log when it was sent then that's ok.

Ive had Love2Shop vouchers, 12x first class stamps , 4x large letter stamps , special edition covers, notebook and pen, even a little box of cadburys mini eggs at easter lol :)
#28
mutley1
Signed up for this month's ago but heard nothing. :(

ha! I signed 2 years ago STILL NOTHING :(

THAT POST GOT OVER 1000°
#29
dlee
I signed up for this year's ago..still waiting for my first survey


me too. been 2 years and iv signed 3 times now!
#30
You might have to wait for a slot as it has been oversubscribed in some areas.
#31
Cheers OP, i missed the last one they did :)
#32
This has been going for a couple of years now. Like others have said it's OK if you have lots of spare time. I think that I cancelled my membership after about 2 months as I was overloaded with mail and back and forth to the P.O practically everyday!!! They were just giving stamps out for doing this, that was fine, no complaints but more time spent than I could afford. oO

Edited By: apfel21 on Jun 26, 2014 11:57
banned#33
Thank you khile11!
#34
I'm doing it at the moment. It's alright I would say it's a very cheap way for them to monitor post.

Some weeks you get quite a lot to send so plenty of trips to the post office, others hardly any.

is it worth it, my missus would say no with the stack of envelopes and other stationary amassed in the corner.
#35
I recently did something like this for Amazon, was annoying after a while, but got a free tenner for it. Time for some free stamps!
#36
mogsog
Tried this as well. Was good at the start when I only had to post one letter a week but then it got ridiculous was receiving junk mail, sever letters and parcels a day as well as letters to send off. Good if you have lots of free time but otherwise not worth the hassle
mogsog
Tried this as well. Was good at the start when I only had to post one letter a week but then it got ridiculous was receiving junk mail, sever letters and parcels a day as well as letters to send off. Good if you have lots of free time but otherwise not worth the hassle
totally agree..was a nightmare. .certain times to get to post office and post box..mail was never ending.
#37
Heat Added
#38
Thank you OP
#39
Recently had to cancel this as I am moving... was a bit of a ball ache having to prep items to send and then aiming to send them at a certain time (like 10am on a Saturday from a Post Office). Got a fair few free stamps and probably £10 Love2Shop vouchers over 6 months, but I won't be registering again at my new address.

Good if you have lots of free time and easy access to a Post Office, and make use of the free stamps, but more hassle than its worth for me...
#40
It can be a pain when receiving large items as if not in and postie takes back to sorting office its a trip for you at your own expense and time.

Ideal for mums at home but not really for anybody else.

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