i wrapped this thing tightly in air packets, all around the case around the corners, and even used other boxes to steady it in place. ill have to ask them this as it wasnt a free pc from trash bin it did cost roughly $1000 in parts/labour,
So looks like insurance is a scam if sending anything marked fragile so that's a complete waste of money. Lesson here if sending computer parts don't buy insurance with Canada post as its a scam they knowingly sell you knowing full well you can't make a claim.
That's a bit surprising. So what's the moral there: Pack well, don't mark fragile, and then if damaged you can file a claim?? If there is no consequence to them for mishandling a fragile item what's the point?
Yeah, I can usually decipher what they're talking about, but I'm not sure on this one either, especially that 1st line in the reply..... to me, that's kind of a "DUH!" moment, i.e. OF COURSE there's nothing to indicate delivery of the item, which is why you're asking about it!so not sure if im reading this right or not understanding this email, i put in a inquiry as to were my intel core i9 9900K is that id ordered, it was from the states to me here, it arrived in edmonton on the 12th of march i put in a inquiry to see wtf is taking so long for my cpu to arrive, this is the reply,
Our investigation into your request indicates that no scan has been uploaded to the Canada Post tracking system to indicate delivery of your item.
We appreciate the concern associated with this shipment. At Canada Post, we strive to provide exceptional service and the best delivery experience possible and security of the mail is a top priority at Canada Post.
Any further action must be initiated by the sender of the item. If you have still not received the item, please notify the sender and instruct them to contact Canada Post if they wish to initiate a claim.
So tracking shows NOTHING since the 12th, which means, theoretically, that CP still has it..... somewhere. Sounds like you're going to have to get the package sender to file a claim, BUT ISTR they don't do anything until the item has been M.I.A. for 30 days. So, out of curiosity, what's up with having already paid the taxes on it? Anything I've ever received via CP, has only required me to pay the taxes when I receive the package, NOT before.I'm way up in Yellowknife. The item was inspected in Toronto. Then got to Mississauga then landed in Edmonton and I paid the duties and taxes on it. Then it just sat there since 12th.