Deliver parcel up to 20kg for £1.79 @ Parcel2Go
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Deliver parcel up to 20kg for £1.79 @ Parcel2Go

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Found 19th Aug 2014
Go to Parcel2go.com and choose the inpost service.

Note: You will have to deliver the parcel to a locker in your area and it will be posted to the recipients door.

Size restrictions:

Maximum Parcel Weight - 20 kg
Maximum Parcel Length - 0.64 m
Maximum Parcel Width - 0.41 m
Maximum Parcel Height - 0.38 m

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used them three times now and three times no issues at all, well recommended

Is there a size restriction cos the lockers are quite small ?

abbiislam

Is there a size restriction cos the lockers are quite small ?



Maximum Parcel Weight - 20 kg
Maximum Parcel Length - 0.64 m
Maximum Parcel Width - 0.41 m
Maximum Parcel Height - 0.38 m


parcel2go.com/hel…ost
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 19th Aug 2014

I have used Inpost for last 8 parcels and 2 parcels came with issues. Stopped using them now, very risky unless you are sending low value items and dont mind of them getting lost.

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simplyjimbo

Maximum Parcel Weight - 20 kgMaximum Parcel Length - 0.64 mMaximum Parcel … Maximum Parcel Weight - 20 kgMaximum Parcel Length - 0.64 mMaximum Parcel Width - 0.41 mMaximum Parcel Height - 0.38 mhttps://www.parcel2go.com/help-centre/category/inpost



yes thanks, will add that
Edited by: "mattjacobs121" 19th Aug 2014

wouldnt recognise my code had to drive 4 miles out to another locker.

Sent around 40 parcels.

2 apparently open on arrival to the customer with the contents missing
3 missing completely
3 not collected for 3 days
1 i was given the wrong tracking number, so the ebay member scammed me when later i found he signed for it. You know who you are mr Azad.

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Tried using these a few weeks ago but messed me about for a couple of days. No replies to enquiries, went on to their facebook page and was met with soooo many complaints I decided to give it a wide berth and cancel my parcels and used another service. Looks like they like to clean up their facebook page regularly to get shut of the poor comments they are receiving.

Too many posts of people waiting weeks for updates, missing parcels etc etc and the replies by 'Bianca' on their facebook page are just so laughable you would think she is genuinely taking the pizz.

J4GG4

Sent around 40 parcels.2 apparently open on arrival to the customer with … Sent around 40 parcels.2 apparently open on arrival to the customer with the contents missing3 missing completely3 not collected for 3 days1 i was given the wrong tracking number, so the ebay member scammed me when later i found he signed for it. You know who you are mr Azad.



Sorry about that old chap. I signed for it so you could claim back on insurance. They're the real criminals. We're just victims in a vicious system.

abbiislam

Is there a size restriction cos the lockers are quite small ?



Size restriction is listed BUT BUT BUT at any one locker 'wall' there are only four or so big lockers and loads of small ones. On one occasion I was faced with message saying lockers were full trying to drop off a larger parcel. That means going back again another time and trying or finding another location, not too closely where I am.

yobear

I have used Inpost for last 8 parcels and 2 parcels came with issues. … I have used Inpost for last 8 parcels and 2 parcels came with issues. Stopped using them now, very risky unless you are sending low value items and dont mind of them getting lost.



Had one issue. The tracking is lamentable. p2g website is rubbish, InPost's is very basic. The one issue I have is a parcel that seems to have got lost, when I contacted p2g they ended up giving me a tracking number for CityLink… still nothing...

sent 3 parcels with inpost and 1 of them ended up going missing not good statistics for me to continue using or recommending them.

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When it goes up to £4.50 for small parcels no one will use this service. I have sent about a dozen so far whilst offer is on with P2G and very pleased but a few have been slow arriving, otherwise its a great concept if they keep prices lower than royal mail.

Too many companies in the chain, P2G>InPost>City-Link. When it works great, however on the 50% of times it doesn't work so well.

BTW if you ever have a parcel signed by Griggs, it's the InPost hub, after five working days the staff get dibs on the parcels. Was told this by City-Link when a parcel vanished.

Sent 7 parcels, 2 missing with no chances to track them... others arrived but took 11 days. Too slow and very unreliable service!
Next time I better pay few pounds more for fast,reliable service.
Would not recommend them!

sure is an incredible price for such a heavy item . i dread to think what RM would charge oO

cadmus

sure is an incredible price for such a heavy item . i dread to think what … sure is an incredible price for such a heavy item . i dread to think what RM would charge oO



I posted a 7kg parcel yesterday with RM, 48 hour service (cheapest way) cost £16.

J4GG4

Sent around 40 parcels.2 apparently open on arrival to the customer with … Sent around 40 parcels.2 apparently open on arrival to the customer with the contents missing3 missing completely3 not collected for 3 days1 i was given the wrong tracking number, so the ebay member scammed me when later i found he signed for it. You know who you are mr Azad.



Appreciate the heads up and stats.

yobear

I have used Inpost for last 8 parcels and 2 parcels came with issues. … I have used Inpost for last 8 parcels and 2 parcels came with issues. Stopped using them now, very risky unless you are sending low value items and dont mind of them getting lost.


its the same with me, tried 7 parcels and 4 of them not delivered after 10 days. one parcel is delivered to a wrong address. not impressed. you get what you pay for.

andynicol

I posted a 7kg parcel yesterday with RM, 48 hour service (cheapest way) … I posted a 7kg parcel yesterday with RM, 48 hour service (cheapest way) cost £16.



Difference being RM will usual get the item there on time. With InPost you may as well throw it on a train going in the general direction, as there's a better chance of success.

oddballjamie

Difference being RM will usual get the item there on time. With InPost … Difference being RM will usual get the item there on time. With InPost you may as well throw it on a train going in the general direction, as there's a better chance of success.



Exactly the reason I used RM, value of the contents was well over £100, extra to guarantee delivery was worth it IMO.

When does the offer finish?

I've had big problems with these guys on both parcels I sent. Basically it took them a week to even pick the parcels up! This was in Southampton.

Wouldn't use them again but no denying it's a great price. Wouldn't recommend at all if using for dispatching items on eBay

Use promo code FIRSTFREE for £10 off your first order and use a door to door courier. Been using it all week since I found out how to use the code more than once

andynicol

Exactly the reason I used RM, value of the contents was well over £100, … Exactly the reason I used RM, value of the contents was well over £100, extra to guarantee delivery was worth it IMO.



Its quite clearly stated parcel will be picked up between 3-5 days.

Its ok to use RM but try claiming on a lost parcel and its a nightmare, I have used inpost to send about 30 items so far its good apart from some how a couple were delivered to wrong addresses. The claims procedure with parcel2go makes it a lot easier to claim than RM.

Still I would not send anything of value through it, good for items less than £30 but when the price increases for gedda bout it!



i've posted around 60 items with InPost recently... they lost 8 of them

So far I've sent 6-8 parcels. Apart from 2 parcels got delayed, all were delivered ok.
Competition is always good.

excellent deal!!

Not liking how many are getting lost! That's pathetic! Will be avoiding these.

I highly recommended CollectPlus have sent over 200 parcels with them, no problems at all.
Edited by: "bargainBooze" 20th Aug 2014

these services are great if your in to collect the parcel, if not good luck to you!

dbox

Its quite clearly stated parcel will be picked up between 3-5 days.Its ok … Its quite clearly stated parcel will be picked up between 3-5 days.Its ok to use RM but try claiming on a lost parcel and its a nightmare, I have used inpost to send about 30 items so far its good apart from some how a couple were delivered to wrong addresses. The claims procedure with parcel2go makes it a lot easier to claim than RM. Still I would not send anything of value through it, good for items less than £30 but when the price increases for gedda bout it!



I never said anything about the timescale, I read the reviews and thought 'no thanks' not for a fairly valuable parcel, as you yourself concede.

I have actually had to go through RM claims, I found the process easy and straightforward, but that was on a recorded delivery parcel, which I mostly use, and if they can't provide a signature then it's a pretty clear cut case a senders got.

is anyone else having problems with the tracking? The tracking inpost gives me when i send the parcel is useless. On inpost/city link it will show up as not found.

I contacted interparcel and they gave me a totally different tracking number and said it was delivered (which it was)... So everytime i get a parcel sent the tracking number on the receipt is useless and wont track..

overall i have sent around 15 parcels- 1 parcel i sent got lost, for another, the person wasn't in and sent it back to me (took more than a week to come back) but apart from that its been OK. Currently trying to claim for 1 but they keep telling me they are doing a "depot search" so i guess its a long wait for a refund.
Edited by: "yasser_7862" 20th Aug 2014

Wanted to use it but the store is bit far from me and how does it look like to ask buyer to go and collect his item when I pay 60p more and myhermes delivers it with signature. Shop is closer and less hassle.
I would be upset if I bought something on ebay and seller tells me to go and pick it up...

ohdearohdear

Wanted to use it but the store is bit far from me and how does it look … Wanted to use it but the store is bit far from me and how does it look like to ask buyer to go and collect his item when I pay 60p more and myhermes delivers it with signature. Shop is closer and less hassle.I would be upset if I bought something on ebay and seller tells me to go and pick it up...



the buyer does not pick this up. it gets delivered to the buyers door and they take a signature..

Used for a couple of items and all have been delivered safely and fairly swiftly. One item, was redelivered as nobody was at home on the first occasion. A little camera pic was taken of their front door, tracking the item is fine for me

Shame on you mr Azad.

Used them a couple of times....cheaper than royal mail and you get free tracking. parcels were delivered within 3 working days each time. would recommend if you've got an inpost station near you

Just sent 2 parcels via these guys...... Very concerned now

Slow to deliver, often all the compartments are full or the code is not recognised, customer service is bad if they answer your call and they are foreign - you pay for what you get - not impressed and won't use again
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