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If the post office send something as large letter does that mean it is def large letter

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ChazDingle Mon 15-Jul-13 19:43:15

thinking about it i actually posted 2nd class on saturday not thursday so it has got there bloody fast for 2nd class if its there in one working day

ChazDingle Mon 15-Jul-13 19:41:58

well i've just got positive feedback on the item so guess it must have got there ok and she wasn't charged extra and it was delayed as i only posted 2nd class on thursday
Note to self- aways post at village post office.

Maryann1975 Sun 14-Jul-13 20:26:27

The post office in the local village will get things through as a large letter quite often where as the town post office will make you pay for a parcel for the same size item. I have never been told anything as had any excess put on it at the sorting office, so I guess there is some give and take on it. I would argue the toss with them if there was any come back, if it has a sticker on it, it's obviously there mistake. I try to only post in the village now, as it has saved me loads of money on postage.

ChazDingle Sun 14-Jul-13 20:17:57

i know it covers up to a certain thickness, we have one of the plastic measuring things at work, but i thought it was supposed to be able to slip though the measurer easily, he kind of shoved it through,

LIZS Sun 14-Jul-13 16:35:17

£1.10 seems to cover a smallish parcel size as well as bulky large letter. here -seelct UK, Large letter ? 25mm thick and under 750g

ChazDingle Sat 13-Jul-13 23:35:19

Took a couple of packages to the post office today. Its a village post office and the person working i'm sure is quite new as when i went in earlier in the week the owner was telling him how to do various stuff. Anyway he said one of the packages would go as large letter which i paid £1.10 for however i'm now thinking i'm not so sure it should have been and perhaps it should have been small parcel as i was expecting. There was a post office sticker attached to the parcel rather than just a standard stamp so does this guarantee it will go as large letter cus i had it weighed in the post office or can the recipient still get charged if postage is underpaid?

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