From: Bristol. United Kingdom
Registered: Oct 2007
posted June 06, 2019 06:23 AM
I've just had a 2-reel 16mm feature delivered by Yodel. It came in a 2000ft 35mm can over 15" in diameter. It was left on my doorstep. I checked later on the firm's tracking website and was astonished to read the following under delivery details:- Your parcel has been delivered through your letterbox. Whilst I do have a fairly large modern letterbox the comment is ridiculous. Have any UK members had similar treatment from Yodel?
posted June 09, 2019 03:59 AM
I had something non filmie delivered on Wednesday, well left at the PO but no note.
I wondered where it had got too so looked at the ebay tracking, and it said advised to collect at the PO, but it wasn`t there when I called yesterday, but actually left at the post office in the next village, PF, but they are OK.
Its the ones who leave films etc on the doorstep in the rain I struggle with.
From: Croydon, London, UK
Registered: Aug 2004
posted June 12, 2019 10:22 PM
Terry - they certainly would. I'd estimate that over 95% of the films I've received over decades have not had waterproof wrappers. And I've never received a film that's damp or wet.
posted July 17, 2019 03:50 PM
I dont know what is going on with coriour services latley. I ordered a short film from chc two weeks ago today and as yet it hasnt shown up. Phil did confirm ift was swnt twoo weeks ago, I can only hope somewhere along the line that it either makes its way back to phil or somehow appears at my place.28 Even the likes of yodel and hermes who charge extra to obtain a sinature as proof its been delivered and they leave it undwr bushes in bins and on doorsteps.in view for anyone to steel. To me this is a rip off as there charging you for a service we'r not gettin. Your payin 80p extra for a scribble your not gettin so how much extra are those o Cmpanies making with all those 80ps.