When I'm on the last page for payment I always make sure that the line which says how much my credit card would be charged and the total to the right is correct. I get the $1.50 for signature confirmation so I do have to pay a little but it's worth it in my opinion. Also, I don't think informing the people working at the post office about this promo would do much. They can't just make a free shipping label at the counter.davidja1 wrote: ↑Oct 22nd, 2018 2:44 pmHi
Canada Post's website is very archaic (like their institution) and frustrating. I did enter the promo code and it asked for my credit card number which I read I did have to give them and it would be refunded.. The charge went pending on my credit card and is now posted for the full amount. I did phone Canada Post and they said I did not enter the promo code OCT16, which I did. So yeah, now out $28 for my FREE SHIPPING TUESDAYS. Garbage website, garbage institution as it has been for decades. Don't waste your time. Used the Snap Tool and did get a shipping label and did enter the code, all to no avail. They should hurry themselves out of business, not try to get more business. They do nothing well. My local postmaster had no idea what I was talking about when I said free shipping Tuesdays. Joke
Which page are you having trouble with? I usually go Tools > scroll down to Canada Post Snap Ship > Use tool nowMok122cobra wrote: ↑Oct 23rd, 2018 12:33 amError / Erreur
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