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Loneranger14 Thu 29-Jun-17 16:40:56

I live at number 69 yesterday there was a knock on the door and it was the neighbor from a few doors up, I don't know her and I've never spoke to her (I only moved in my house in Jan) she stated she was from number 89 and had I taken a parcel for her I told her sorry that I hadn't.
I'm doing my house up ATM but I suffer with depression and agoraphobia and very rarely leave the house therefore I relay on internet shopping. I've had a few things delivered this week flat back coffee table new rug, TV stand etc. So that was that and I didn't think anything of it, so this morning she knocked again and said are you sure you didn't get a parcel yesterday for me I said no again and she said well maybe your partner took it I explained my dp was at work all day yesterday, she then said (in a snappy tone of voice) well maybe your children took it I said "I doubt a 9month old baby can answer the door" and that was it.
Well I've just been in the kitchen tidying up and I had music playing through my blue tooth speaker it wasn't loud as I do have respect for my next for neighbours, there was an all mightily loud knocking on the door I actually thought the door might come through she was banging it that loud. So I answered it and said can I help you she said I've come about my parcel I said I'm sorry but I've told u twice I haven't had no parcel delivered here for you and she said well that's a f***ing lie because the women over the road said she saw the delivery van here yesterday I explained that I have had parcels delivered for myself, she replied with what a coinserdient, so I fetched the invoice slip to show her she snatched it out of my hand and said well that doesn't mean anything just because you have had parcels for yourself doesn't mean you didn't get mine,
By this time I was getting pretty pissed off with her attitude so I said you can track your order and someone has to sign for it, she said I got an email saying it had been delivered and signed for at my own address but I didn't sign for it so I've rung royal mail and they said the driver dropped it off at one of these houses by mistake and as I'm number 89 and your 69 it must be you, now give me my f***ing parcel it was a very expensive item.
I said I really didn't get a parcel I don't know what else to say maybe ring royal mail again and see if they can ask the driver which number house he delivered to she said yes f***ing yours then she started screaming and shouting at me I didn't know what to do so I just explained again and shut the door.
As I said I suffer with depression really bad and don't like going out and I'm sat here a nervous wreck shes really shook me up.
My dp is away working ATM and her husband is now banging on the door like a mad man I've reverted to the bedroom as I really carn't face answering the door to her and now her husband is knocking tbh I'm a bit scared I really don't know what to do I honestly never received her parcel but she just wont have any of it.

Fishface77 Thu 29-Jun-17 16:42:14

Call 999

Fishface77 Thu 29-Jun-17 16:42:47

Sorry posted too soon.
Your house is your safe place no way would I open the door but I would call the police.

PotteringAlong Thu 29-Jun-17 16:42:48

Call the police. Stand next to the door so they can hear him banging on the phone.

badgercat Thu 29-Jun-17 16:43:56

I'd ring non emergency number - you don't need to be screamed at over post ffs

RaspberryBeretHoopla Thu 29-Jun-17 16:44:32

Call the police. They are behaving in a threatening manner.

suilaruin Thu 29-Jun-17 16:45:07

She sounds insane! I would report her to the police if they do it again

ASDismynormality Thu 29-Jun-17 16:46:40

I'd also call the police, they are harrasing you.

ThomasRichard Thu 29-Jun-17 16:46:50

Call the police 101 non-emergency number. Your life isn't being threatened so no need for 999 but you do need some help to get rid of these people.

MyfatheristheKing Thu 29-Jun-17 16:51:41

Phone the police now!! They sound crazy

Aquamarine1029 Thu 29-Jun-17 16:54:56

Call the police immediately and stand up for yourself! This is harassment.

problembottom Thu 29-Jun-17 16:55:35

Poor you, what a couple of nutters. Definitely call the police on 101.

Loneranger14 Thu 29-Jun-17 16:57:22

She's still outside the door I can hear her shouting "I'm not having it they said they was investing it yday and they have said it was defo delivered here" but a hour when I did answer the door I advised her to ring royal mail again so how could it have been.
I'm actually more pissed off she's basically calling me a lier.
I've switched the TV off downstairs my sons asleep ATM so I'm laid on the bed with the TV on really quiet.
Fuck sake this is ridiculous I darent even go downstairs in my own house.

ohfourfoxache Thu 29-Jun-17 16:58:35

101 immediately

notanurse2017 Thu 29-Jun-17 16:59:24

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ElfEars Thu 29-Jun-17 16:59:42

I'd call the police non emergency number and report her. You have her address.

Asmoto Thu 29-Jun-17 16:59:45

Yes, call 101. They are threatening you. Their behaviour is not normal.

Writerwannabe83 Thu 29-Jun-17 17:01:55

Fucking hell - she sounds deranged!!!!!

ASDismynormality Thu 29-Jun-17 17:02:11

Do ring 101, this woman is not going to give in!

FidgetSpinner Thu 29-Jun-17 17:02:22

Fuck that! Chuck a bucket of water out the window and dial 111 .

butterfly198615 Thu 29-Jun-17 17:03:29

Yes I would ring the police on 101, surely the delivery driver would have left a note at her address to say that it was delivered to your address, if she wasn't in at the time they tried to deliver her parcel.

If you haven't got it you can't give it to her stupid woman she is.

CigarsofthePharoahs Thu 29-Jun-17 17:04:36

She sounds unhinged.
Please call the police op.

AlmostAJillSandwich Thu 29-Jun-17 17:06:06

Definitely report her to the police. I'd be tempted to call royal mail myself and tell them there's an irate couple banging none stop on your door, swearing at you and calling you a liar and being very threatening because they have wrongly told them that an expensive parcel sent to her was delivered to your house. Tell them you want to make a complaint against whichever member of their staff has told her that the parcel was "definitely" delivered to your house, because it wasn't and you're being harrassed because of their misinformation. Their driver has misdelivered (or possibly even stolen) a parcel and they've passed the buck to you, a completely innocent unconnected party and you want to know what they plan on doing about it as it's their fault this has happened and they need to rectify the situation.

VintagePerfumista Thu 29-Jun-17 17:09:55

Tell the person on the other side of the door you are going to ring the police if they don't back off.

What a nightmare

AlmostAJillSandwich Thu 29-Jun-17 17:10:41

Another thought, do several streets in the area look similar? is there another road close by with similar name, e.g a smith street, where as you're on smith road, and it's been delivered to the wrong road?

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