The logistics company DHL advises against ordering goods cash on delivery at Christmas time. With this choice, the payment for the order does not take place in advance, but upon receipt at the front door. This is considered safe and can avoid stress for the customer if a delivery is delayed by the dealer. However, this can make it loud a report of the star, who just refers to a DHL spokesman, delay the delivery itself.
DHL states that cash on delivery shipments will no longer be delivered directly to private addresses from the beginning of November until the volume of letters and parcels has dropped after Christmas. Instead, they go straight to nearby branches for pickup. This is intended to relieve the delivery staff during this particularly busy time. Incidentally, this procedure also applies to shipments with customs amounts and shipments with additional payment.
The latter explains why a package that was forwarded to me, for which I then had to pay additional postage, e.g. B. also recently landed directly in the branch without attempting to deliver. According to DHL, it makes sense to have such packages sent directly to a branch or to choose other payment methods.
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