is.legaspi20 wrote: ↑Jan 11th, 2019 8:54 amMy receiving notification of the "received" parcel might have been a late notification through their system or my app. BUT from what happened, I was notified, checked, no laptop, called. That was the sequence which was then followed up by waiting and them showing me a fake/forged signature. I want to reiterate that, I'm extremely cool with my neighbours on my side of my street - I've received packages for them when they were on vacation and tended to their house in the past and vice verse. No guts can be hated to be quite honest. The other houses in this area are filled with seniors who are actually quite lovely. But I've asked, and no one seems to have my package.
Again, I've purchased a lot from Dell and they always use purolator. So I've received and picked up multiple packages without ever missing one. I've had shitty experience of no knocks when I was home waiting but I'd rather have them do that than lose a damn laptop.
And I have nothing to gain from withholding information on this site. I was here to vent frustration and hope that someone can come up with a solution since I have always seen RFD with people who have solutions for damn near anything and everything.
OP, first of all stop responding to the kids on this thread claiming that you are "lying" and that you're "making this up", just report their post as a personal attack or trolling and move on with your thread. You responding to them gives them exactly what they want
second, this happens much more than ppl like to think. however, there is hope. you will almost certainly be covered by the seller if they were a corporate company like dell, foot locker, etc. and also, if it was sold by an independent person but through corporate like amazon, ebay, etc. you will also be covered.
seller as someone else stated in this thread, is responsible for the parcel getting to you. sometimes purolator, ups, etc. will cover it to maintain shipping rights with the company.
my advice to you is if u have not done so already, go file a police report. that piece of paper they give u with a file number will come in handy. also, if u live in a rented place get a signed letter from ur landlord stating the theft.
lastly, u need to clam down. stop being so worried. u will 100% be covered. the package was stolen and its not ur problem, period. the fake signature just adds on top. this could have been any1. it could have even been the driver calling a buddy of his on his cell about expensive shipments he notices, and telling his buddy to stand at the front door of the delivery address. theres hundreds of methods here. but heres the thing u can rely on, u dont gotta worry cus u'll be covered.
U, the buyer, ordered an item, paid for that item, and that item was not received for you. that is where this discussion ends. not ur problem. its their problem to reimburse u.
pls keep us updated