Sumary of Royal Mail delays: How to get compensation if your parcel is late – ‘it’s possible’:
- Budgeting experts at thinkmoney explained: “If you’ve taken the day off work because you were expecting a delivery and it doesn’t turn up, you’ll be especially put out as you’ll have wasted a day’s holiday, with no parcel to show for it.
- If you have to arrange and wait for a redelivery booked for a specific day, meaning more time away from work, it’s possible that you could claim compensation.
- Jonathon Sabinsky, Head of Communications at thinkmoney, explained: “Waiting for a parcel can be frustrating, especially with the vague timelines given by the delivery company.
- Camilla ‘looks absolutely stunning’ in Egypt in Anna Valentine tunic“In the run-up to Christmas, it’s so important to know your rights when it comes to a parcel deliveries.
- After all, if you have paid for a service, whether it is standard or next day delivery, you expect to receive it.
- Companies have a policy that states customers don’t have to pay delivery costs if a parcel is late.
- That is, for example, if someone takes the day off work because they were expecting a delivery.
- DON’T MISSIf Britons have paid extra for a special delivery to ensure the item arrives on time and it has arrived later than agreed, they can claim back the additional cost.