Message from discussion Royal mail delivery cock up/robbery?? Part 2 and now more!!
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From: "Moles" <elect...@dreams.ku>
Subject: Re: Royal mail delivery cock up/robbery?? Part 2 and now more!!
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"andrew fox" <andrew.fo...@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
> On 01/05/12 21:18, andrew fox wrote:
>> well PO claim delivery but don't have a sig to show, alleged "recipient"
>> says its up to him to claim and i can sit back, is this correct. this
>> This is his latest email, is he correct.....
>> "Dear andrewianfox33,
>> Hi Andrew, ebay will not need to be involved any more in this and all I
>> require from you is the original posing receipt which should have all
>> the info on I require, I also need your address etc. as I will claim as
>> Copy of claim form P58 is available on the mail site. Much easier if I
>> claim then you will not have to cancell ebay transaction and refund me.
>> Hope you agree, cannot do anything until 15 working days have past. Hope
>> to receive info. from you shortly. >>
>> Reply in your email program or through My Messages
>> Respond Now"
> this item now occuring as a second chance offer on ebay, has the
> buyer managed to pull a fast one??
And yet again you post the name and address of the buyer.
You'd better hope they don't do a search for themselves and find out what
you've been saying about them.....