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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:02 pm 
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19" ish I think Mark, have you got one then?


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:shock: :shock: Did they drive over it ?


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Fookin ell!!! Maybe the van was hit by a train and then they transferred the packages to a new van and delivered them!!!


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I'm gutted for Chris. It would have made a nice bike

I cleaned and greased the headset, chased out the BB threads, took a long time packing it securely in a strong bike box and then this bloody happens. :twisted:

It was delivered by Yodel via the Parcel2go site. I've already submitted a damage claim using these photos. Been told it could take up to 20 days to sort out

I think I'm still in a bit of shock seeing those pics. The damage can only have been done by driving something over it. :shock:

I'll wait with interest to see how they can do anything other than admit that it was their fault!

Here's a pic before delivery:


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:facepalm:


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:47 pm 
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bike box and then this bloody happens. :twisted:

It was delivered by Yodel via the Parcel2go site. I've already submitted a damage claim using these photos. Been told it could take up to 20 days to sort out



Mine took 3 months for a simple loss again Parcel 2go and yodel.

keep up at them 2 - 3 times a week and be prepared to wait. :(


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Lost for words...I got worried when I sent a bike through them that went "off radar" for three days, but that did finally turn-up undamaged.


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it will polish out wont it!!!!!!!!


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i find it hard to belive that damage like that happend accidently :shock:


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:shock: WTF did they do with that :shock: :shock:


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