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Lyn, the bus to the lickeys is the 62, the 63 goes to Rubery, you can catch the 63 to longbridge island where it turns right for Rubery, and get off there, it's only a short walk up Lickey road then,(uphill) but only about 10 minutes, haven't been there in 30 years.
I have just contacted Amazon again, and they tell me (after checking ) that it is still in transit, I requested a refund or replacement, their answer was I have to wait until the 30th April to see if it is delivered.
That's the slowest speediest delivery I've ever heard of, no more orders from me to Amazon.
Posted by signman
Phil, for some unknown reason this item is not trackable, just requires signature,still no sign of it.
Are they using Royal Mail or a private delivery service, and just how much did you pay for this, from £5.25 Royal Mail offers a guaranteed next day service or your money back. So you are entitled to your postage money back now. When it comes I would return it in an unstamped package demanding a refund for the book and the postage refund that they will reclaim from RM.
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Here's Amazons latest e-mail.
received your order #202-9998652-6826757.
Please accept my sincere apologies for this situation. I can see that you relied on us to deliver this order in time for you, and clearly we have let you down.
I can confirm that it was sent from our Fulfilment Centre via Royal Mail on April 26, 2011 to the following address:
I have checked tracking information and your parcel is still in transit.
The estimated delivery date given for this order was April 27, 2011 and I understand that this timeline was not met.
I appreciate the time you have taken to bring this to our attention. It's been our experience that the majority of late packages arrive shortly after the estimated delivery date.
Unfortunately, in spite of all of our efforts, there can sometimes be unforeseen delays, and in this case we would ask that you wait a little longer for your parcel to arrive.
If your package has not arrived by April 30, 2011, please contact us using the following link to confirm that you have not received your order.
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The vast majority of our orders are usually delivered well within the expected delivery time; however, in a small number of instances, events beyond our control can cause unforeseen delays.
From your e-mail, I can see that you want refund or replacement for the item that were delivered on time. Please understand, as your items are in transit,our system wont let us to issue refund or replacement for the item. Please accept our sincere apologies for the trouble caused.
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