[access-uk] Re: THE TOSHIBA SAGA (LONG SO HIT DEL IF YOU WISH) - was Re: Re: GETTING READY AND EXCITED

We reckon there's blame on both Toshiba (for not making the rules plain in the first place), Ingram Micro for being such a sticky point and not contacting us directly and, yes, also the courier. If the guy had had enough bottle and common sense he'd have just left it with me anyway since he's been here a number of times before and nobody else lives here! <Smile>


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Carol
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----- Original Message ----- From: "roger south" <roger.south@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Saturday, November 04, 2006 10:22 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: THE TOSHIBA SAGA (LONG SO HIT DEL IF YOU WISH) - was Re: Re: GETTING READY AND EXCITED


I've been talking to the Guv'ner who works for a credit card company and she tells me that there is no restriction on delivery address imposed by them. In fact the SVP company I buy my CD and DVD material from ask if the delivery address is the same as the billing address as do a lot of others I deal with.

The proof of identity is an Ingram Micro requirement not a credit card one. If you use the card and all the details are correct with the card not reported as stolen or lost they will authorise the expenditure, assuming the balance will stand it of course. This then means the CC will accept liability of payment to the seller. Because of the high value of the goods I can appreciate the need for proof but the final finger must point to the inflexibility of the courier driver. Unfortunately every barrel has a bad apple and he was the one in your barrel.

Because we are so close to a major City Link depot I get them delivering more than any other courier and have no problems with them at all. They place the pen where they want me to sign and if the name is required in block capitals they do it for me.

Roger

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