For four years I have had the same problem. When I am sent a parcel on Parcel Post it always gets left at a neighbouring property. My letterbox is at the entrance to my property and my neighbours property has a letterbox about fifteen metres away. So my driveway is very clear that it serves one house only. I have complained to NZPost in the past about this and always been assured that it will never happen again, BUT IT DOES EVERYTIME. They promised to talk to their driver and then get back to me BUT HAVEN'T. They are gutless . WHY was parcel post tracked parcel not delivered at 10-44am this morning but instead to the neighbouring property. Parcel tracking number 159-157-765 and my cell phone number is 0274 898 075 if you want to take some responsibility for your abysmal management NZ Post then an apology may be a good start.
Just a word of warning. I got home to find a quote on my doorstep from a sales rep for Edwards & Hardy by the name of Tarun Sehrawat Telling me that I have lichen and moss growing on my "Tile Roof " that is going to cause rust. He will fix it for $395. Just a couple of problems here.
1... I don't have a tile roof
2.... I was on my steel roof over the Christmas break and I saw no moss or lichen.
3... His company tell me that there reps are not allowed to use ladders so how did he check my roof?
So be warned ,If this guy knocks on your door send him away
Just because he works for a well known company does not make him an honest person. I hope he does not catch out any of our older family so please warn them.
Hi I have recently come into care of my youngest grand daughter 20mths and need to find emergency accommodation for myself and her as we currently live in our family home with my sisters adult family and my teenage children which is making for an unsafe placement so I need to find somewhere for just her and I as I would hate to lose her can anyone out there help please thank you
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