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      10-30-2012, 05:44 AM   #1
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Collect & Deliver services.

Can anyone recommend any companies?

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      10-30-2012, 07:29 AM   #2
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I reguarly use interparcel.com and parcelmonkey.com

Stick your postcodes in, enter your box weight and dimensions and pick which service & courier you'd like. Simple as that.
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      10-30-2012, 08:52 AM   #3
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I reguarly use interparcel.com and parcelmonkey.com

Stick your postcodes in, enter your box weight and dimensions and pick which service & courier you'd like. Simple as that.
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There's the service where you drop it off at a local shop (forget the name but collect+ rings a bell) which works out pretty good too. Depends on size/weight etc.

But if you use parcelmonkey or interparcel - it should give you that option. If not, go direct and try.
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Can anyone recommend any companies?

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Cheers Guys,both companies seem reasonable.

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Too embarrassed to return the Gimp suit yourself Ian
It's a Jimmy Savile fancy dress costume Del,a Gimp suit I'd have no problems with
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      10-30-2012, 01:19 PM   #7
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I used interparcel to arrange posting a 20" Y 149 alloy wheel with tyre to my buyer. Had no problems, (used UPS's service).
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I've used Parcelmonkey often for sending wheels. Just like interparcel but imo cheaper.
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hi mate, sorry for jacking your thread, how much those it normally cost to collect alloys and delivery to my house, throught parcel monkey etc

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I used interparcel to arrange posting a 20" Y 149 alloy wheel with tyre to my buyer. Had no problems, (used UPS's service).
I never have a problem with UPS either, iirc it's classed in the options as 'Interparcel Economy' or the like. I try and avoid using Yodel, Hermes seem ok but takes longer.
If its only the odd item then spend a couple of quid more and use UPS.
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i use www.parcel2go.co.uk
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It's a Jimmy Savile fancy dress costume Del,a Gimp suit I'd have no problems with
Halloween costume?

Would scare the shit out of the Trick or treaters parents!!
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