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Julian11/08/2017 23:48:42
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After much writing in emails about the subject of these labels I have in the end been pushed from Dept to Dept within RM and finally pushed back to the Post Office who have now replied its RM's BUSINESS!!!

I am giving up with this and boy am I glad I did not phone them!!!!

You want to know why stamp collecting is dying, there is your answer and I won't swear either!!!!



I will use these this Christmas for my American friends and will let you know that way what happens?

I shall use them for their said purpose, up to 40g of which they must be valid and honoured.

But it is far to risky pushing my luck over the 40g or as a price unit.

I cannot believe that I have just gone full circle in enquiry!!

I am considering now writing to them properly and complaining, at least that way I will or should get something back in writing?

Ian Billings13/03/2018 16:26:02
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Why is this in a separate thread from the main discussion?

I've answered it there, by the way. Of course it isn't POLtd business, Royal Mail set the rates, and produce the stamps. POL sell them.

Julian23/03/2018 16:24:57
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Hi Ian, so if the PO just sell them with no knowledge to what they see in front of them, how is one to prove the RM's stance without proof?! By the way the reason this is a separate post because some people only follow the list of latest posts comments rather than an old thread to which you have to search for, "its a cunning plan Baldrick" one I find works.

I do thank you for your link though very interesting.

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