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How would you interpret this...?

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How would you interpret this...?

I received an email about a parcel being sent to me by Parcel2Go. Below is a screen capture from the top of the email.
At first look it appears that you would have to pay to receive your parcels and the first one is free with the code given.
Further reading shows that it is actually for the first parcel you send.

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Re: How would you interpret this...?

A quick google brought this ebay thread up.  if dealing them maybe you might not want to
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Re: How would you interpret this...?

As I'm the recipient I have no choice.

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Re: How would you interpret this...?

The link from Gus doesn't speak well of Parcel2Go.I've never heard of them. Do they operate throughout the UK?
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Re: How would you interpret this...?

Yes. !  Cheesy
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Re: How would you interpret this...?

Seems like Parcel2go are a sort of 'clearing house' for couriers. Your parcel could be with over off many parcel firms.
Mixed reviews (to be kind).
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Re: How would you interpret this...?

I've seen lots of bad stuff about P2G but have used them a few times personally without any problems.