Driver tried to deliver a parcel from this company today. I refused as I have discovered that this a scam. You appear to have won a prize after completing a pop up survey on your computer which offers you a prize of a trial sample of antiwrinkle cream for paying £3.95 postage. It appears that this company operates out of Israel, and if you do not return the package intact within 14 days they take a further £59.95 from your account, and thereafter further money monthly for so called autofil creams. I have contacted my bank this morning and they were aware of this company and what they were doing, and have assured me that any money they take in the future will be reclaimed from them. Also you must contact this company to cancel your, what they call, subscription - this was advice from the bank. The e mail I have is email@example.com This is no way me trying to discredit DPD in any way, but I am trying my best to help people who may get caught out with this disgusting company. Look them up on the internet there are hundreds of complaints on lots of different sites. Incidentally, lovely polite driver from DPD this morning, absolutely no complaints with their service.
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