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Go to June 15. Mr. Braskie put the credenza in a box and took it to a Greyhound facility near his store, informing me that it was on its way. Everything went well – from a follow-up standpoint – until the box reached the Denver Greyhound facility on June 18. There it was indicated as “loaded outbound” on the same date. Thereafter, there was never another follow-up rating. Since the original information I had received from Mr Braskie indicated that the credenza would arrive at Medford Greyhound station on July 2, my husband and I tried to call him on that date – but it seems normal people can not know how to deliver the packages to this phone. number, so we went to the station to inquire.
The Travel Credential Saga – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News empty. No one had heard of my credenza since it was “loaded out” in Denver on June 18th.
Unsurprisingly, I haven’t heard anything from Greyhound. So on August 2, I called their “loss and claims” phone number to verify my claim, only to hear, “This line has been disconnected. Goodbye. “Imagine my shock when he came back and told me that the Denver warehouse staff had found my credenza – it had not been” loaded out “after all – and they had put it on. on a same day bus, with delivery scheduled to Medford station Aug 9 or 10. I was ecstatic and planned to pick it up next week.
Shaking my head, I tried Greyhound’s usual customer service line, where I was able to speak with a real person. I told him my sad story, and he said he would check for me. As I waited on hold (not even music… just dead air) for over 15 minutes – frustration increasing minute by minute – I expected one of two outcomes: customer service would never come back to the line, or, if he did, would tell me that my credenza had been “loaded out” in Denver on June 18th. Several unsuccessful calls to Greyhound’s shipping number added to my frustration. By mid-July, I was convinced that my credenza was probably set up beautifully in the living room of a Denver Greyhound employee or family member. Having no hope of seeing the credenza someday, I filed a “lost property” claim online on July 21, asking for reimbursement for my loss of $ 590.
The next morning I was packing up the Greyhound shipping papers when the phone rang. It was David at Medford Greyhound station. I have no idea how Greyhound got my credence from Denver to Medford in less than a day… but I don’t care. We picked it up yesterday and loaded it into our Subaru Baja with David’s help. Now, after a saga of several months, I can finally say: “My antique walnut splashback is here, it’s perfect and I love it.
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- Title: The Saga of Traveling Credences – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News
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