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# 37318 10-Jul-2009 18:30
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So I brought me a new phone, (nokia 6500 Slide :D) and the seller said it was overnight post, I was happy with this and paid the post fee for track and trace also. I paid the seller on tuesday and he posted it on wednesday. My question now is, why is nz post allowed to advertise overnight post under that name when it clearly is not. I was told that it would be monday at latest because they dont deliver on saturdays. This is just really frustrating becuase I've had to rearrange plans so i would be there to accept the package but end up waiting for nothing. And BTW, the seller lives in Napier and I live in Wattle Downs, Auckland, Both of which arnt exactly too far away. I would be fine with 2 nights wait but this is just too long now. Who else has this problem?




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  # 233823 10-Jul-2009 18:44
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I am a TradeMe seller and boy have we lost many packages or what through NZ Post! Either delayed, very delayed or lost. I now use Fastway Couriers - unbelievably reliable and fast, half the price of NZ Post.

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