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Topic # 114700 28-Feb-2013 07:59
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So leaving for work this morning and find 2 parcels on the doorstep, delivered to the address on tha label but the person does not live at my house.  Can't see a return address.

So do I phone the courier company and they will pick-up and return to sender?  Or can I open them and see if there is a return address in side?  Or do I just bin them?

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  Reply # 771423 28-Feb-2013 08:11
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It's possibly illegal for you to open it knowing it isn't for you - just call the courier company. They can pick it up and either open it (their Conditions of Carriage will allow this) or look up the ticket details to find the return address.



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  Reply # 771428 28-Feb-2013 08:25
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Thanks for that, will do it tonight.  I thought the courier might say not my problem as they delivered to the address on the label.

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