08 Jan 2019, 17:04
glenfiddich wrote:My best one was a menstrual cup
08 Jan 2019, 18:41
08 Jan 2019, 18:45
08 Jan 2019, 18:49
noggin1969 wrote:Some say untracked under the code , you scan them and they come up as sign for.
08 Jan 2019, 19:10
08 Jan 2019, 20:23
09 Jan 2019, 07:51
scoobydo79 wrote:glenfiddich wrote:My best one was a menstrual cup
09 Jan 2019, 15:19
Bleepbleep wrote:scoobydo79 wrote:glenfiddich wrote:My best one was a menstrual cup
What’s euuugh about a menstrual cup? It’s just a bit of silicone/rubber!
10 Jan 2019, 11:32
10 Jan 2019, 21:37
postman_jack wrote:Never scan them, only stuff from specials locker, 2D, tracked, delivered scanned etc. Never had or heard of anyone in the office being pulled about the chinese stuff. Unless they scanned in the they mail centre, they don't go against your compliance.
10 Jan 2019, 22:50
abuch1980 wrote:LaggyBand wrote:CPTNemoUK wrote:I had one the other day. Looked at the description and it said toothbrush. Are people that lazy that they can't be bothered to go to a B&M and get 6 for a £1
I never understand posties that moan about people buying items off the internet. Why would:
A) a person move for a toothbrush if they don’t have to; and
B) not buy one that exactly matches what they want (eg nice pink one with daughters name on) and instead move and travel to get whatever one happens to be stocked in a store?
I buy all sorts off the net and don’t feel one shred of “guilt” towards the postie AT ALL.
Obviously you've never heard of your carbon footprint.
10 Jan 2019, 22:54
13 Jan 2019, 14:17
13 Jan 2019, 18:54
Mr Blonde wrote:Why do people "not bother"? What other parts of the job that you're paid to do do you "not bother" with?
If it has a barcode I scan it. It tales me one second.
It doesn't exactly take a lot of effort. And the Chinese ones very rarely require a signature now, just stuff from other foreign countries do.
15 Jan 2019, 11:45