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# 173727 3-Jun-2015 14:11
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If I want to order something online, but don't want it to be delivered to my house (Say, for birthday presents, or just anything sensitive I'd like to keep to myself), is there a service that can hold a package or letter, so I can pick it up at a later date? I know I've seen something like that in the past, I just can't think what. 

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  # 1316826 3-Jun-2015 14:16
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  # 1316827 3-Jun-2015 14:17
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Pretend to be a backpacker and have it sent Poste Restante.

 

 

 

https://www.nzpost.co.nz/personal/receiving-mail/poste-restante

 
 
 
 


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  # 1316828 3-Jun-2015 14:17
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https://www.nzpost.co.nz/personal/receiving-mail/parcelpod

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ill need to sign up and provide details so it's not anonymous. So will work fine for presents, not so much for illegal drugs from Silk Road.

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  # 1316867 3-Jun-2015 15:45
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You do not need to pay for parcel pod, nor do you need to pretend to be a backpacker.

Just sign up for counter delivery which is a free service for everybody.

https://www.nzpost.co.nz/personal/receiving-mail/counter-delivery



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  # 1316938 3-Jun-2015 18:47
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Thankyou! 

Do you have experience with this? What's the process like?

Oh, and I think parcel Pod may me the service I'd heard of before. 

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  # 1316975 3-Jun-2015 20:26
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Why not just get it delivered to a friend, family member, or your work address?  (assuming it's legal and/or discrete)




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  # 1317048 3-Jun-2015 21:41
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CrispyBacon: Thankyou! 

Do you have experience with this? What's the process like?

Oh, and I think parcel Pod may me the service I'd heard of before. 


I tried this for a while but it was a pain because not all courier companies supported it. I'm referring to parcelpod.

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