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    Default Best postal service

    Hello, i am just about to send some documents to Indonesia ( visit visa ) and i shall be using Pacel force global priorty om the recomendation of a fellow board member, my question is, has any one else used this service and if so did your items arrive on time ,,or did they get lost in the post ?

    thanks youngy

    ( i know this is a thai site but i find the members have more experience in visa matters than any other site )

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    We use parcelforce for lots of business stuff. Its when it gets to the country of destination thats the problem. Parcelforce say in their very very small print, the cannot be held responsible for delays once it has arrived in the country.
    I would suggest to search who is the largest courier in Indonesia and use them.(UPS, FedEx etc)
    Judging others before you have met isn't a wise option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngy View Post

    ( i know this is a thai site but i find the members have more experience in visa matters than any other site )
    Yeh, but we know diddley squat about postal services

    Seriously, I've never had a problem using post office international signed for.

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    Thanks,,,i wanna get it right first time.

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    if it was Thailand i would recommend TNT but not sure about Indonesia

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    I used citylink last week to send paperwork to bangkok for a visa cost £50 and got there in 4 days

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    I would tend to agree with bell, you really get what you pay for. But Keith as well, never had a problem with international signed for.

    As it is visa documents then I would go with one of the biggies and steer clear of Parcel Force.

    I purchased an item on ebay last year and it was sent by Parcel Force 48 (I am sure you can guess what the 48 stands for) and took twelve days, eventually being delivered on a Sunday afternoon. You couldn't make it up.

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    Why did you then ? Everybody knows there are no postal deliveries on a sunday.

    :wink:

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    I had a good mind to claim the delivery cost back, Wolfy, but decided it wasn't worth wasting any more time on these buffoons. At least the product turned up undamaged and still in good use today, and an absolute bargain.

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    can I (dare I) ask what the bargain item is ?

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    You have a disgusting, corrupt mind, Wolfy.

    It is a Leitz Vaultz foolscap filing case, brand new, under six quid.

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    Oh. I was thinking along the lines of a Gobbling Teas Maid.

    Sorry, I meant Goblin.

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    Very good Mr Wolf

    colin 244

    ---------- Post added at 23:00 ---------- Previous post was at 22:40 ----------

    I have just noticed wolfy has 666 in his current number of posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by bell View Post
    I used citylink last week to send paperwork to bangkok for a visa cost £50 and got there in 4 days
    i often just send alot of stuff(phones & the odd bit of money) by post and have never had a problem with it getting there takes about 1 week and a lot cheaper. But seen it was visa documents i was sending this time used a courier service instead.

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