Re: Shipping from the USA to UK WTF?
Date: September 24, 2019 07:44PM
> It's joke Irwin, there's not a lot in this town,
> no railway station, no cinema, no bowling alley,
> no hospital, no night clubs etc etc. The sports
> centre closed down as did the artificial football
> pitches. There is a need for development but we've
> had empty promises of improvements for years and
> nothing ever happens. So when the first Domino's
> branch in the town opens it's a major event :-).
> Suffice to say it was a let down, food wasn't very
> good, price was high for what we got and the worst
> part was they delivered the order to the house
> next door originally and I had to argue with them
> over the phone to get a new order sent. After
> waiting 40 mins and 2 phone calls they finally
> told it me had gone to 103 (I live at 105).
> I decided to ask Laura if she enjoyed her free
> pizza and her face was a picture. Turns she was
> having a night in with her boyfriend and she left
> him to go to the local supermarket, ironically to
> get pizza. So when the Domino's delivery guy
> knocked next door, Laura's boyfriend just accepted
> the delivery thinking Laura had arranged it while
> she did some other shopping.
> The Domino's guy never asked Laura's boyfriend for
> any confirmation of the order and just hand over
> the food. Funny thing was the chucked the Domino's
> order away as they said it looked horrible and
> they didn't fancy it :-). The chances of this
> happening were slim I suppose but it soured my
> experience with Domino's and I won't order from
> them again.
I used to do deliveries and i always made sure i was at the right address. If they didn't answer the door then I'd try back door or phone or chap windows cause i knew that the customer would end up phoning asking where the order was eventually. Sounds like your neighbour is a chancer. You in England Carl?