Oh dear. Have you not considered speaking to Parceline,
It was dealt with by the company that sent it as they were the ones who had paid for it and were dealing with the supply.
or more importantly the company next door (who seem to be trying to do you a favour by signing for your deliveries!)? A little (pleasant & polite) communication with people goes a long long way....
I've spoken to them many times and get on very well with them, which is why they phoned me up to tell me that a parcel had been erroneously delivered to them.
Have you examined your address to make sure it is "findable" by delivery drivers? Do you have a large enough business sign displayed?
We are reasonable sized printing firm with a large yard and daily collections and deliveries from most of the major courier companies, ranging from vans to artics, so our address should be known to any of the local delivery drivers.
Have you tried to input your address into a Garmin or TomTom SatNav (most delivery companies use these) to see if it shows up in the correct position?
I haven't as I don't have one.
You are understandably cheesed off but the tone of your post suggests to me that you have not spoken to the companies who might help you........
I certainly have spoken to the companies. Every time I have been let down, I have been on the phone trying to find out where my missing material is. When an exhibition starts the next day and vital collateral hasn't been delivered and I have an angry client breathing down my neck, I'm not going to just ignore it.
Do you work for a courier company by any chance?
Just to clarify, in the latest incident, the parcel was delivered to someone with a different name in a different company on a different street in a different town. How anyone can make that large an error and think they've delivered the parcel to the right place is absolutely ludicrous. There is no excuse for it, it's just total incompetence.