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...they nick them and auction the contents off, arguing that they parcel is 'lost' in the post. Thieving bastards. This is what you get when you privatise public services. Theiving bastards (worth saying twice)
Mr Cannell has a Royal Mail business account. He sent the parcel first class with recorded delivery, which includes tracking, last August. But the package failed to arrive and he formally reported the items missing on September 6.
A little over two months later, he found that eight of the ‘lost’ cars had been put up for sale on eBay.
‘We have a loss of over £400. My customer is very annoyed because we have no legal recourse against the eBay seller or auction house as their transactions are legal.
‘In our opinion Royal Mail is acting dishonestly and making a profit from selling customers parcels that they are responsible for. They give a receipt when taking parcels into their care, but won’t accept responsibility for losing them.’
In fact, Royal Mail has been selling lost, or what it calls ‘undeliverable’ parcels, for decades.
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