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messageCould anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by jt2 February 12, 09:26AM

After the Lordship Lane one closed down and my first visit to 127-129 Half Moon Budgens this morning, I'm considering Pigeon delivery mail...

I understand they get a small commission, but they are not forced to be a Hermes drop off, are they?

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by Sue February 12, 09:37AM

Usually you can also return things free by post, although they don't necessarily advertise that widely.

I recently sent a parcel back via Lordship Lane post office, because there was no store drop off point in East Dulwich.

I'm pretty sure that was Hermes.

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by Robert Poste's Child February 12, 09:56AM

The one at the Brockwell Park end of Rosedale is usually OK, but best if you have transport is the Coop in Tulse Hill.

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by ad2000 February 12, 10:51AM

The one next to Brockley station (a Spar I think) is great for Hermes drop off

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by pecksniff February 12, 11:45AM

Tend to frequent either Camberwell New Road ( opp. KFC) or Walworth Road ( Near to Morrisons) . Both also have print and pay options.

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by jt2 February 12, 12:12PM

Thanks so much for all the information!

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by Soylent Green February 12, 05:21PM

Camberwell Supermarket is where I go. Friendly and helpful.

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by Jellybeanz February 13, 01:10PM

newsagent on Lordship Lane (V7?) particularly rude and unhelpful. I tend to drop near work instead!

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by Sue February 16, 11:06AM

Jellybeanz Wrote:
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> newsagent on Lordship Lane (V7?) particularly rude
> and unhelpful. I tend to drop near work instead!

I've had problems with that place. I won't use it for anything any more, they were so unhelpful.

However, I may be wrong, but I don't think they are a Hermes drop off point.

I don't think there are any locally, which was why I used the Post Office.

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by esme February 20, 06:51PM

Sue Wrote:
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> Jellybeanz Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > newsagent on Lordship Lane (V7?) particularly
> rude
> > and unhelpful. I tend to drop near work
> instead!
>
> I've had problems with that place. I won't use it
> for anything any more, they were so unhelpful.
>
> However, I may be wrong, but I don't think they
> are a Hermes drop off point.
>
> I don't think there are any locally, which was why
> I used the Post Office.

Ah maybe I was thinking of a different courier company

messageRe: Could anyone recommend a slightly friendly Hermes drop off
Posted by Sue February 20, 08:37PM

esme Wrote:
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> Sue Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Jellybeanz Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > newsagent on Lordship Lane (V7?) particularly
> > rude
> > > and unhelpful. I tend to drop near work
> > instead!
> >
> > I've had problems with that place. I won't use
> it
> > for anything any more, they were so unhelpful.
> >
> > However, I may be wrong, but I don't think they
> > are a Hermes drop off point.
> >
> > I don't think there are any locally, which was
> why
> > I used the Post Office.


>
> Ah maybe I was thinking of a different courier
> company


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