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just t
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2007/06/06 21:14:31 (permalink)

Picking up parcels for someone else?

Basically i bought a bargin off ebay, but am going on holiday on monday so thought it wouldnt arrive in time before my holiday, and basically didnt want to risk it, so i sent it to my aunties house. It looks as though its going to come very quickly and arrive tomrrow, but my aunt will be at work. Is there anyway i can pick it up from the post office on friday? i have a different last name and address, any way i can go and pick it up?

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    Tomazi8
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    RE: Picking up parcels for someone else? 2007/06/06 21:16:17 (permalink)
    Last time i did that they asked for some I.D so i think they might not let you
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    RE: Picking up parcels for someone else? 2007/06/06 21:33:37 (permalink)
    You will need the card that is left for her telling her there's a parcel. You will also need id for her and for you (passport, driving licence)

     
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    RE: Picking up parcels for someone else? 2007/06/06 21:39:28 (permalink)
    My housemate does it for me all the time, but having said that, they know me and hold my parcels for me and ring me to let me know I have them waiting. If you have any doubts and you don't have the delivery card, draw up a quick letter stating you have sent someone to collect on your behalf (put their name obviously), sign it, and make sure your mate takes it along with his ID. Most will be fine with it to be fair.

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    RE: Picking up parcels for someone else? 2007/06/06 21:43:23 (permalink)
    As PartyBoy said!


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    RE: Picking up parcels for someone else? 2007/06/06 21:43:56 (permalink)
    As long as its addressed to you.

    I am always losing the cards so just go to the sorting office. Give them the date of delivery along with the address and your id and you should be fine.

    You might get a jobsworth but i'd imagine you'll be ok

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    RE: Picking up parcels for someone else? 2007/06/06 22:18:11 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: PartyBoy

    You will need the card that is left for her telling her there's a parcel. You will also need id for her and for you (passport, driving licence)

    cheers mate,

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    RE: Picking up parcels for someone else? 2007/06/06 22:44:33 (permalink)
    I've picked up parcels for my dad before without any id whatsoever.
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