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Any reliable delivery services around for sending a PS3 through the post (UK)?

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Tried payperparcel but luckily noticed this hidden in their terms:- These items are sent at your own risk. * Laptops / Monitors / Computers Read More
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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
Tried payperparcel but luckily noticed this hidden in their terms:-

These items are sent at your own risk.

* Laptops / Monitors / Computers
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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
special delivery? Might be expensive tho.
banned#2
DHL dont cover PS3's for insurance either!
banned#3
Benjimoron;3584201
special delivery? Might be expensive tho.

thanks but that is VERY expensive
#4
I'll deliver it for you for free ;-)
banned#5
Spriggan;3584214
I'll deliver it for you for free ;-)

with a deposit of £300 refundable when delivered? ;-)
banned#6
Just tried pd4.co.uk but they dont cover damage on computers!

just how do people post xboxs/ps3s/computers etc?

Or maybe they dont read the T&C's ;)
1 Like #7
have you looked at parcelforce?
http://www.senditnow.co.uk/

i have used them a few times and excellent!

looks good?

http://www.senditnow.co.uk/cantsend_not_covered.html
1 Like #8
just package it extremely well in bubble wrap and 2 boxes, make sure it can withhold any damage that could be done e.g. dropped

i have sent xbox's with dhl and never had a problem...... problems only occur when your packing is trash
banned#9
louloo;3584318
have you looked at parcelforce?
http://www.senditnow.co.uk/

i have used them a few times and excellent!

will check now thanks :thumbsup:
1 Like #10
I second the [url]www.senditnow.com[/url] suggestion.

Cheaper than royal mail (£10.99 for 2 day delivery) with parcel tracking.
#11
when its a cheap courier its usually £50 insurance too...and they are booked through an agent and they wont claim for you (been there)
senditnow has been around for years £100 compensation and add extra if you need?
banned#12
senditnow.com shall not otherwise be liable to the Customer or any other person for any loss of, or damage to, or any delay of any Consignment(s), or for any loss or damage arising from delay in the collection, conveyance or delivery of any Consignment(s) howsoever such loss or damage was caused and whether by the negligence of senditnow.com or its officers, employees, contractors, agents or otherwise.

One to avoid methinks!
1 Like #13
dpd as offically used by sony themselves
banned#14
actually the royal mail special next day delivery (£500 compensation) seems to be coming out best

Special Delivery Next Day Guaranteed by 1:00pm next day Up to £500 Tracked £20.70
banned#15
casparwhite;3584461
dpd as offically used by sony themselves

just took a look at their website. Pretty awful with no obvious way to check price / book a delivery. Seems more business orientated.

[url]www.dpd.co.uk[/url]
1 Like #16
csiman
actually the royal mail special next day delivery (£500 compensation) seems to be coming out best

Special Delivery Next Day Guaranteed by 1:00pm next day Up to £500 Tracked £20.70



What did I say?

I wouldn't have thought what you quoted from senditnow makes any difference, you claim from parcelforce.
#17
Benjimoron
What did I say?

I wouldn't have thought what you quoted from senditnow makes any difference, you claim from parcelforce.


just do the senditnow-the cust service is brilliant-and as i said they are not come day go day:thumbsup:
banned#18
Benjimoron;3584626
What did I say?

I wouldn't have thought what you quoted from senditnow makes any difference, you claim from parcelforce.

yes but senditnow is more expensive (£22.99) for £500 parcel and that condition clearly states they will NOT pay out for any damage or loss of the parcel. No idea why they have compensation even mentioned tbh. I prefer the royal mail to parcelforce too.
banned#19
louloo;3584663
just do the senditnow-the cust service is brilliant-and as i said they are not come day go day:thumbsup:

thanks but I want compensation if they lose or damage the parcel. this clearly gets them out of having to pay anything! :w00t:

senditnow.com shall not otherwise be liable to the Customer or any other person for any loss of, or damage to, or any delay of any Consignment(s), or for any loss or damage arising from delay in the collection, conveyance or delivery of any Consignment(s) howsoever such loss or damage was caused and whether by the negligence of senditnow.com or its officers, employees, contractors, agents or otherwise.
#20
csiman
thanks but I want compensation if they lose or damage the parcel. this clearly gets them out of having to pay anything! :w00t:

senditnow.com shall not otherwise be liable to the Customer or any other person for any loss of, or damage to, or any delay of any Consignment(s), or for any loss or damage arising from delay in the collection, conveyance or delivery of any Consignment(s) howsoever such loss or damage was caused and whether by the negligence of senditnow.com or its officers, employees, contractors, agents or otherwise.


cant understand that as they ARE parcelforce-they even compensate for delay:)
banned#21
louloo;3584783
cant understand that as they ARE parcelforce-they even compensate for delay:)

yep, does seem odd but as I say, RM are cheaper so will go with them. Thanks all.
banned#22
faevilangel;3584325
just package it extremely well in bubble wrap and 2 boxes, make sure it can withhold any damage that could be done e.g. dropped

i have sent xbox's with dhl and never had a problem...... problems only occur when your packing is trash

but DHL T&C's clearly state that computers are not covered regardless of damage / loss / compensation cover.

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