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#51 2012-10-11 07:45:33

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

Either unsigned or overweight would be my guess. Haven't seen that before.


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#52 2012-10-11 08:25:19

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

southerncross wrote:

Anyone know what the status NOT COMPLIANT means in when displayed in your tracking summary ?

Plat/post .

saw it a number of times before, i think it just means it's in transit or on the road.. i think..


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#53 2012-10-11 19:10:39

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

southerncross wrote:

Anyone know what the status NOT COMPLIANT means in when displayed in your tracking summary ?

Plat/post .

It means your target address is outside of the platinum express 'guaranteed next day' area.

It happens when you post to remote areas of QLD and WA for example.

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#54 2012-10-11 19:20:44

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

That would it explain it then, thanks FB smile

edited to update Must of been the issue as status has changed to Accepted at facility and onboard with driver smile

Thanks for the info!

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#55 2012-10-12 00:14:07

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

platinumRyder wrote:

mad @ Australia Post
i sent 2 registered articles last week, both of them show 'no events found' on the tracking website.
one of them has already been confirmed as delivered... the other i can only assume until i hear back from the receiver
so anyway i went looking on the austpost faq page 'Can I track an article sent using Registered Post?'  the answer:
"No. Scanning of Registered Post articles is not mandatory, therefore Registered Post is not a tracked service.

However, in the event that any scans are captured during the delivery process, they will be displayed on our tracking website.

Registered Post offers additional security by including proof of posting, a signature obtained on delivery and insurance cover of up to $100.  If you require notification of delivery, the best way to do this is by purchasing the Delivery Confirmation service with your Registered Post article."

all this time i thought i was paying for a tracked service ffs

comparatively, with the ebay prepaid satchels the tracking included seems reliable

The scanning of registered items depends on the individual post office. Of the three POs that i use only the one in Newcastle does it everytime. The other two refuse ([email protected]). I have complained and argued but it is of no use so it seems. They just claim that they are too busy - yeah right, it take 10 secs.

Edit - just checked date of this post - sorry responded to old post.

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#56 2012-10-19 11:37:06

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

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#57 2012-12-05 03:56:21

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

(mistake)

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#58 2013-01-05 11:46:19

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

reported

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#59 2013-01-05 17:50:02

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

With Click and send, when putting in business and customer information on their website, how secure is the info? Who keeps the info?
Putting info into a 3rd party data base concerns me, are my concerns unwarranted?

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#60 2013-04-16 00:48:28

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

Reported


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#61 2013-06-03 19:53:08

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

^ reported

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#62 2013-06-21 19:29:08

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

Postage Prices As at 22/6/13

Postage prices for the flat rate satchel are:

    500g satchel flat rate postage of $7.15
    3Kg satchel flat rate postage of $11.70
    Signature on delivery is also available for an extra $2.95 (optional)


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#63 2015-07-27 16:53:50

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

what ever happened to fishball?? 6760 posts in 2 years and then nothing?


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#64 2015-07-27 17:08:29

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

ego2spare wrote:

what ever happened to fishball?? 6760 posts in 2 years and then nothing?

deported too...

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#65 2015-11-10 19:58:33

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

anybody got any up to date info on how to send bullion by Post Office package?
i used to use Platinum Express ... used to cost around $20 to send up to 3kg.

What/how do you people send bullion nowadays?


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#66 2015-11-11 11:54:01

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

[email protected] wrote:

anybody got any up to date info on how to send bullion by Post Office package?
i used to use Platinum Express ... used to cost around $20 to send up to 3kg.

What/how do you people send bullion nowadays?


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#67 2016-10-10 20:43:49

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

back from Australia Post, and the staff there have given the following prices for shipping (11.10.16) -


x1 round/coin (+ packing wrap is under 100g)
regular     = $7
express     = $10.85
registered = $8.50 + $2.95
platinum     = not available

x1 roll (20 coins + packing wrap is about 900g) up to 3kg:
express     = $15.65
registered  = $13.80 + 2.95
platinum     = $20.90


I searched the forum here, but wasn't able to find any set info regarding this.
So is this what everyone here expects for shipping costs?
If not, what do you advise? Are there any other options?

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#68 2016-10-10 20:57:24

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

Stick up to three single coins in a PO CD envelope and it will cost you $2.


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#69 2016-10-10 21:38:50

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

thanks, sounds good.
What is a "PO CD envelope"?
What do they look like?

sammysilver wrote:

Stick up to three single coins in a PO CD envelope and it will cost you $2.

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#70 2017-01-11 21:35:32

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

11471147 wrote:

thanks, sounds good.
What is a "PO CD envelope"?
What do they look like?

sammysilver wrote:

Stick up to three single coins in a PO CD envelope and it will cost you $2.

A cardboard box the size of a CD case


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#71 2017-01-11 22:16:52

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

relentless they are.

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#72 2017-01-11 22:24:10

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

& another 1 ! reported


i used to be disgusted now im just amused

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#73 2017-01-11 22:29:00

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

reported.

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#74 2017-01-11 23:42:51

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

reported we did.

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#75 2017-01-12 00:00:56

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Re: Fishball's guide to Australia Post

that 60 second reporting thing is a bit of pita

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