I Know, But How Can I Prove It? Part Two.
I didn’t know what to do next for the best, for nine days ago today I had sent two very important letters by first class, signed registered, tracked post and neither had arrived. One had £30 cash in a birthday card for my young Nephew the other was an important Insurance claim form, where the closing date was looming.
I had some options, one was to put it on Facebook and Instagram what I thought of that post office, but I decided first to wait as I’d emailed my complaints to Royal Mail, so I decided to see what they had to say first. It was very frustrating, but I wouldn’t be beaten nor would I give up. I knew other people from the same post office had lost items, that had never turned up! Period.
This morning I got a text from my Brother Harry to say, “The Birthday card and £30 had arrived, and James said to tell you, ‘Thank you’.” I was genuinely shocked and said to my Brother, “I can’t believe it, has arrived,” He replied, “I can’t either.” I remembered to say to God, “Thank you,” I was so relieved. I later rang my Insurance Company to ask, “Did my form arrived?” I went on to say, “It was sent signed for, tracked.” He said, “As it was sent Signed for, tracked, it will still be in our post room.” I said, “OK, I will phone back tomorrow.”
But between me and you, I think nine days after I post them, first class, signed for, it will be there, of this I am confident.