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Royal Mail - Recorded Delivery Time Frames for 1st Class Signed for?

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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
just wondering what the time frame for the recorded delivery for 1st class signed for, i bought the ds matalic blue one with the broken screen and paid payment clear ect and it was postage on the 25th of April and i sill havent reciveved nothing yet.

have been in contact with the hduk member and incontact with royalmail and both of us just seem to get no where with royal mail.

and also is it common for first class stamp on an envelope and are they common for them to go missing
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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
contact them. its 99% delivery next day with 1st class recorded it says on their site.

so with it being so long theres something going on.
#2
They "Aim" to get it there next day.

There is no guarantee, so you have to wait 2 weeks before you can do anything about it in reality.
#3
I wonder if it was actuall sent out Recorded Delivery!!!! If the seller gave you a tracking code then use it at www.royalmail.com The Bank Holiday weekend probably delayed it too.
#4
Predikuesi
I wonder if it was actuall sent out Recorded Delivery!!!! If the seller gave you a tracking code then use it at www.royalmail.com The Bank Holiday weekend probably delayed it too.


Recorded delivery items are not tracked, it will only appear once delivery has been made, and sometimes not even then.
#5
thesaint;2047451
Recorded delivery items are not tracked, it will only appear once delivery has been made, and sometimes not even then.

Yep, you are right. You'd think that a delivery company like Royal Mail could track where items are, especially since almost everything is barcoded these days!
#6
Predikuesi
Yep, you are right. You'd think that a delivery company like Royal Mail could track where items are, especially since almost everything is barcoded these days!


No company will track an item for 72p.

Recorded delivery is for the most part a waste of time, it is used mostly by the mis-informed, and people who know about it's worthlessness to send things to the mis-informed.
banned#7
1 to 15 days. They wont investigate until after 15 days.
#8
Nothing gets delayed that long in the post mate, its 99% next day on 1st class, only thing that would delay it to 2 days would be a carryover in the mail centre where there was too much mail for that day ... happens now and again in ours but quite rare really and would definately be sorted the next day, 3 days is MAX for a normal 1st class item , anything longer and theres a different reason why it aint there ;)
[helper]#9
Thesaint - you are right about recorded delivery being used by the misinformed. I am amazed by the number of numpties who will willingly fork out an extra 72p to send stuff such as cards and presents to (trusted) relatives. Why?????
#10
kungfu
Nothing gets delayed that long in the post mate, its 99% next day on 1st class, only thing that would delay it to 2 days would be a carryover in the mail centre where there was too much mail for that day ... happens now and again in ours but quite rare really and would definately be sorted the next day, 3 days is MAX for a normal 1st class item , anything longer and theres a different reason why it aint there ;)


Things do get delayed that long all the time. 99% sounds good, but that is based on millions of items.

There a hundreds of reasons why it may have got delayed, for someone working in a mail centre, you should know better.

LJM
Thesaint - you are right about recorded delivery being used by the misinformed. I am amazed by the number of numpties who will willingly fork out an extra 72p to send stuff such as cards and presents to (trusted) relatives. Why?????


They are peddled a myth by other people about recorded Delivery.

Sometimes Post Offices give out misinformation, but it's mostly word of mouth that leads to customers paying for Recorded Delivery that is worthless.
banned#11
LJM;2047681
Thesaint - you are right about recorded delivery being used by the misinformed. I am amazed by the number of numpties who will willingly fork out an extra 72p to send stuff such as cards and presents to (trusted) relatives. Why?????

Why?

Because it carries £36 of insurance cover :whistling:

And it is acceptable proof of posting by paypal, unlike a proof of posting form, which is not acceptable.

I am amazed by the number of numpties who will not willingly fork out an extra 72p to cover any ebay items they send out under £36 and over £10 in value.
banned#12
yeah but what puzzles me is what happens to these lost parcels> why are they lost in the first time
#13
logyon
yeah but what puzzles me is what happens to these lost parcels> why are they lost in the first time


They can be sent to the wrong city by a sorter in the Sorting Office, they are not addressed properly, they are forgotten in the back of a van, they are accidentally left in a mountain of mail bags, they are stolen by the delivery personnel, delivery is attemptted and a slip is not left etc etc...
[helper]#14
Csiman - I was referring to people who send stuff recorded delivery to trusted relatives (completely pointless) - not ebay - which should always be sent RD. Also ordinary 1st class mail covers £36 insurance with just a free cert of posting.
#15
Because it carries £36 of insurance cover

As LJM saysall 1st and 2nd class mail is insured to the same amount as recorded with proof of postage so recorded gives you nothing as most post people just post recorded items through your letter box anyway.
banned#16
Has anyone ever managed to claim £36 with just a cert of posting? My PO told me you just get send 12 1st class stamps maximum.
#17
I have loads of times i used to have a business on ebay and i got had my refund everytime.
Here is the form you send in with your proof of postage solution 2
http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm/customerservice2?catId=69800729&mediaId=70300709
banned#18
will my item ever turn up thats the question that i ask
#19
logyon
will my item ever turn up thats the question that i ask


Is that a rhetorical question?
#20
will my item ever turn up thats the question that i ask

no way of knowing but it hasn't arrived after 2 weeks the sender can claim the loss from royal mail and give you a refund as long as they got proof of postage
#21
My friend post me my two passport and national id 1st class recorded delivery on 8th June today is 21 June. I am well worried about it.
Bcoz i am international student. I going to take my IELTS exam. I can't take that exam without passport.

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