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Topic # 129310 10-Sep-2013 13:00
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I had a package sent to Youshop which arrived 3 Sept. Still not notification from Youshop even though the local NZ Post CSR's can see the package through its UPS tracking number.

Apparently the package arrived as unidentified. I am not sure why since while my Youshop ID was not in the name field, the Suite # was in the address line. Since packages are handled manually on arrival, one would think that if you can see Suite # NZnnnnn anywhere in the address, it's pretty trivial to locate the Yousho recipient.

It would be illuminating to actually see their operation. One can only imagine!




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  Reply # 892717 10-Sep-2013 13:38
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Yes you do.






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  Reply # 892725 10-Sep-2013 13:51
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You answered your own question. Yes you do, as you found out. If you don't enter it, it won't be able to be identified, as you are a number, not a name in their system.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 892730 10-Sep-2013 14:00
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No really since the Youshop ID is both in the name e.g. Joe Smith NZnnnnn but also in the Suite #. Do you really need both?

The Suite # is ignored by the carrier - it's just something to tag the package to a Youshop client. They all arrive at the same destination.




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  Reply # 892733 10-Sep-2013 14:09
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lchiu7: No really since the Youshop ID is both in the name e.g. Joe Smith NZnnnnn but also in the Suite #. Do you really need both?

The Suite # is ignored by the carrier - it's just something to tag the package to a Youshop client. They all arrive at the same destination.


Yes that is why in the instructions they gave you , it needs to be entered in both places on the package.

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