Ordered some new steel toe capped shoes as my current ones are fairly worn out and heavy.
I also have been moved to a role at work that involves alot more walking so it would be nice to have light weight footwear.
(Steel toe caps to a certain standard are required by my employer for safety reasons)
Shipping to a locker at a rural petrol station due to me being at work and my home life means getting anything delivered here is a no no.
Package was shipped but now seems to be stuck, tracking says this.
Paid with amex so guess i’ll get the refund as it’s unlikey to show up, strange as it’s been fine before.
This is why i’m glad I use it where I can online.
Yeah wait for the delivery estimate to pass and then try again. My hunch would be that the parcel has been lost/misplaced and they are waiting for all possible hiding places (lorries/vans/intermediaries) to be checked. It might turn up!
I work for an Amazon distribution centre and this is most probably down to either a picking issue from the warehouse and the tracking has gone awry or down to a picking issue at the distribution centre in that someone has picked your parcel and put in out on the wrong driver in error.
We need to wait for the driver to return and log the extra parcel if that’s the case and then we can reship it out to you correctly.
Do you know if it’s actually arrived at the distribution centre yet?
Ok so this isn’t Amazon, but I got a parcel delivered last week, from h&m and delivered by Hermes. Got it fine. Next day, email from h&m saying sorry we can’t fulfil your order and a refund is on the way. Didn’t think much, maybe an email sent in error, but anyway… Two days later, refund hits my account.
Now, I know what I should do… but I am half minded to think sod it.
What would anyone else do?
I’d expect that an appearance at the Old Bailey would be unlikely, though.
A reasonable defence would run along the lines of “I had a reasonable expectation that the sophisticated stock control, accounting, and delivery tracking systems of these large corporations would lead them to the inevitable conclusion that an error had occurred, and they would take such steps as is reasonable to recover either the money, or the goods.“
TL:DR The police would say to H&M, “Have you tried asking for the money back?”
If H&M went for the Civil route, they’d have to send a letter before action stating their case, at which point the money could be returned.
Last week, I ordered a pizza from my local pub and there was an error. I tried again and it went through with an error but my money was deducted and I got my pizza.
The next day, I was refunded by Monzo. I then noticed a day later they had stopped taking online orders due to a website error that weekend and resorted back to the telephone and cash. As I knew I’d reorder on the Friday, I waited for them to take it via another charge.
On Friday just gone, I called to order another pizza and told them I had been refunded and I’d like to pay for last weeks order as well as this weeks and I did. He was very thankful as they had lost a fortune that day due to the site error accepting orders but rejecting payments.
Whilst H&M is a multinational and my pizza place is a local pub on the rocks. It’s still my view that morally, as well as legally, it’s the right thing to do to let them know.
And also if I’d not noticed the email, and I get alot, I wouldn’t have noticed the refund hitting the account either. Were only talking like £30.
Anyway, I called their customer service number this morning, they said so far as they are aware I didn’t receive the item.
They said they have no way of taking a payment from me without putting an order through which would obviously defeat the object. And I kind of get this, i assume their systems are all integrated and there isn’t a bloke sat with a pdq machine.
So long story short, I’m keeping my free pumps. I ordered them to replace a previous pair that fell to bits after a couple of months and I couldn’t be bothered complaining. So far as I am concerned my conscience is clear and karma is just fine.