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Author Topic: Shipping address v billing address!!!  (Read 7763 times)

Offline potato

The fall back story is that a work mate asked if you could have the pills delivered to your home address as he doesn't want his wife to know that he has a problem, and she is in all day at home and would see them.  You didn't know how your wife would react so you were keeping quiet about it and told him to see his doctor in case he had a problem but would do this "just this once".   Then if you have another mis delivery in the future, you will have the excuse already...   That's in case it all goes tits up tomorrow unless you want to double bluff and tell her tonight but you would have to be very brave and a good liar to get away with it !    Most people will "over talk" when they lie instead of being casual and leaving a statement until questioned further.
« Last Edit: August 15, 2013, 07:34:30 PM by ellwoodpdowd »

Offline k

My reaction to this would be to let the delivery lapse and for Royal Mail to return to sender.  You haven't received the item because it was not delivered to the correct address, and you now want your money back unless they can deliver to the correct address.

Offline Marmalade

Keep the envelope it came in.
It will be blank from the it description 99% sure of that.!!

I've no idea why you think that. All international mail as far as I know requires some sort of customs declaration of contents - the regulation is sometimes ignored but I have not received a "blank description" to my recollection very often, if ever. And I get a lot of stuff from abroad. How often have you ordered prescription medicine from abroad Louise?

Offline Marmalade

My reaction to this would be to let the delivery lapse and for Royal Mail to return to sender.  You haven't received the item because it was not delivered to the correct address, and you now want your money back unless they can deliver to the correct address.

Of course, fly by night generics suppliers will all be punctilious honest in this respect  :rolleyes:

If you claim money back from your credit card company it can take quite a while . . .

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I've no idea why you think that. All international mail as far as I know requires some sort of customs declaration of contents - the regulation is sometimes ignored but I have not received a "blank description" to my recollection very often, if ever. And I get a lot of stuff from abroad. How often have you ordered prescription medicine from abroad Louise?

Ordered a Rocawear bag from America and it had no info on the front? The bf ordered weight gaining tablets/drink to, came from china or somewhere, no info either.
Ordered lots online before, haven't done prescription medicine. However I have ordered sex toys, and that was discreetly packaged, hence the  99% sure  bit, as sex sites also sell viagra.
« Last Edit: August 15, 2013, 08:56:14 PM by Louise »


Offline Daffodil

Maybe you have somewhere else, but perhaps you could provide a link to the company that is supplying 'discreet' packages to the wrong address?

I would just tell the missus it's a little surprise for her and then get her a token gift. That way you actually look like the good guy, whilst hiding your mischief  :hi:

Offline k

Of course, fly by night generics suppliers will all be punctilious honest in this respect  :rolleyes:

If you claim money back from your credit card company it can take quite a while . . .
I wouldn't have thought that the money would be an issue here. 

The supplier won't be able to supply a signature to prove delivery, so getting the money back is not a problem. 

However, there IS a problem and that is that the Credit Card company will send you a form (through the post) which you need to fill out, querying the charge when it appears on your statement.  This is ok if your OH doesn't open your post (mine sometimes does). 

The best way to deal with this is to deal directly with the supplier and tell them to re-ship it to the correct address - you don't need to tell them you've "bounced" the delivery - just tell them you haven't received the goods.

Offline k

http://www.mbe.co.uk/ do you have one of them near you?
Good idea.  One NOT near you might be a better idea.  "Hi honey, I saw you today coming out of MBE."  She doesn't need to say any more than that and you know what she'll be thinking.

Offline k

perhaps you could provide a link to the company that is supplying 'discreet' packages to the wrong address?
+1

Offline Lz-129

Maybe you have somewhere else, but perhaps you could provide a link to the company that is supplying 'discreet' packages to the wrong address?

I would just tell the missus it's a little surprise for her and then get her a token gift. That way you actually look like the good guy, whilst hiding your mischief  :hi:


Used em before and no dramas, delivered to work
http://www.cheap-kamagra-supplier.com/

Just read the email again, billing is home address and shipping is work address....


Offline Lz-129

My reaction to this would be to let the delivery lapse and for Royal Mail to return to sender.  You haven't received the item because it was not delivered to the correct address, and you now want your money back unless they can deliver to the correct address.

Wish I could but as I said, we both get up and go to work tomorrow morning, she will have the ticket and passport ready and probably in her bag, if I say I don't want to go then she will wonder why as its 10 miles away but conveniently on the way to work, ill have to do a switch or she will want to know why I don't want my parcel

Tell her it is a surprise for her and when she sees it it will give you a real hard on to screw her better because you love her so much and you can both have some fun.

Offline Marmalade

Ordered a Rocawear bag from America and it had no info on the front? The bf ordered weight gaining tablets/drink to, came from china or somewhere, no info either.
Ordered lots online before, haven't done prescription medicine. However I have ordered sex toys, and that was discreetly packaged, hence the  99% sure  bit, as sex sites also sell viagra.

Fair answer, but I think 99% sure is possibly an overstatement. And unless you know the suppliers' protocol it's taking a chance if discretion is premium. I've had generic prescription medicines arrive as 'medical samples' ... my current preferred supplier labels them clothing samples and similarly on the order form - I forget what the credit card statement says but it is similarly discrete and doesn't sound like a pharmeutical supplier. Most suppliers will try to he discrete. But some operations are run from someone's garage. This is especially common when you see out of date or mangled blister packs. Such things have been reported on here before.

 :rolleyes:

I personally think it is better if they have some customs declaration, even if it for something else. Undeclared packages are liable for opening and inspection at UK customs and many drug suppliers have a disclaimer to say that if it is confiscated at customs they will not refund you.

Probably you will not have problems, but it is still good to know the facts and the risks I would suggest, however small.

Offline Lz-129

Tell her it is a surprise for her and when she sees it it will give you a real hard on to screw her better because you love her so much and you can both have some fun.

I've fucked her once in 5 years, at that rate these 12 tablets will 60 years! Not sure ill be up for it at 105 years old


Offline Lz-129

When I got a pack a few months back it was a plain jiffy from the uk, no markings on it whatsoever

Hopefully they are still the same but after today's fuckup I expect it to say something like, "12 tablets enclosed to keep your cock nice and hard!"

That would just cap it off nicely

Offline k

Wish I could but as I said, we both get up and go to work tomorrow morning, she will have the ticket and passport ready and probably in her bag, if I say I don't want to go then she will wonder why as its 10 miles away but conveniently on the way to work, ill have to do a switch or she will want to know why I don't want my parcel
If you're going in to the sorting office on your own, look at the ticket, does it have your NAME on it?

The Brian Rix way of doing this is to go in to the sorting office on your own, give the ticket to the guy and tell him that you've already spoken to the supplier and you're not going to sign for it. 

You then go back to the car and (if you've only lived in your property a short while) "The item was for the previous occupier, so I didn't sign for it." 
Or (if not) "The package was for someone called John Smith, so obviously I didn't sign for it".

If the guy behind the counter INSISTS you sign for it, ask to have a closer look at it.  Put it on the floor and jump up and down on it.  You then say "I'm sorry but it looks damaged to me."
« Last Edit: August 15, 2013, 11:24:31 PM by k »

Offline Lz-129

If you're going in to the sorting office on your own, look at the ticket, does it have your NAME on it?

The Brian Rix way of doing this is to go in to the sorting office on your own, give the ticket to the guy and tell him that you've already spoken to the supplier and you're not going to sign for it. 

You then go back to the car and (if you've only lived in your property a short while) "The item was for the previous occupier, so I didn't sign for it." 
Or (if not) "The package was for someone called John Smith, so obviously I didn't sign for it".

If the guy behind the counter INSISTS you sign for it, ask to have a closer look at it.  Put it on the floor and jump up and down on it.  You then say "I'm sorry but it looks damaged to me."

Ha, ill try the last option :thumbsup:

It has unfortunately got my name on it

Offline Lz-129

Women eh! Didn't get a great nights kip but I did manage to get a few hours in, woke up ready for work
Earlier I had hidden the post office notice under some paperwork and hope she would forget
Which it seemed she did!
I had wondered why she hadn't asked what it was I had ordered but I wasn't going to mention it, but on the way to work she says, I left the ticket at home cos I am expecting some more items today and I (me) can go pick them up in Monday morning!

I couldn't believe it! She had only gone and ordered a few pairs of shoes and a handbag on my eBay account!

So,it would seem I owe the site in question an apology because it looks like they havnt fucked up and more importantly you guys!

Thanks for all the advice though but really sorry for wasting your time

Offline k

Women eh! Didn't get a great nights kip but I did manage to get a few hours in, woke up ready for work
Earlier I had hidden the post office notice under some paperwork and hope she would forget
Which it seemed she did!
I had wondered why she hadn't asked what it was I had ordered but I wasn't going to mention it, but on the way to work she says, I left the ticket at home cos I am expecting some more items today and I (me) can go pick them up in Monday morning!

I couldn't believe it! She had only gone and ordered a few pairs of shoes and a handbag on my eBay account!

So,it would seem I owe the site in question an apology because it looks like they havnt fucked up and more importantly you guys!

Thanks for all the advice though but really sorry for wasting your time
Not a waste of time at all.  This highlights the dangers of punting.

If she's a savvy woman she might have an inkling that something is contentious about this delivery (do you have expensive hobbies that she tolerates because it means she can have expensive tastes too?), and rather than rocking the boat is exploiting this by raiding your ebay account.  Obviously I can't gauge the likelihood of this, but if you suspect it is plausible you should do some tests.

Offline k

So,it would seem I owe the site in question an apology because it looks like they havnt fucked up
Are you saying that you did put your home address as the delivery address?

Offline Lz-129

Are you saying that you did put your home address as the delivery address?

No, I put home address as billing and work as shipping, one parcel has turned up at home and as I hadn't ordered anything apart from this and the fact nothing had turned up at work I assumed this was them! This morning I discovered the other half was waiting for things as well


It may still be the case but am hoping they do actually turn up at work.. But it should be a lot easier now

Offline Marmalade

A good thread to collect ideas from different people on what might easily happen to someone else anyway.
 :drinks:

Women eh! Didn't get a great nights kip but I did manage to get a few hours in, woke up ready for work
Earlier I had hidden the post office notice under some paperwork and hope she would forget
Which it seemed she did!
I had wondered why she hadn't asked what it was I had ordered but I wasn't going to mention it, but on the way to work she says, I left the ticket at home cos I am expecting some more items today and I (me) can go pick them up in Monday morning!

I couldn't believe it! She had only gone and ordered a few pairs of shoes and a handbag on my eBay account!

So,it would seem I owe the site in question an apology because it looks like they havnt fucked up and more importantly you guys!

Thanks for all the advice though but really sorry for wasting your time

It's not the first time that that sort of thing has happened, Lz.

I've lost count of the number of times over the years I've dreaded something that's "bound to happen".  But when it comes to it, what I feared would happen doesn't.  Phew!

Glad you're off the hook, though.

Offline Mystique46m

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I bet it was something your Mrs ordered, and she was worried she had something sent to the
home address, thinking 'he's going to find out'.....

Hope this works out ok for you, Lz!


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