Horrible Sendle Experience!

Hi All,

I’m just sharing my ongoing experience with Sendle.

I placed a bulk order of Milk on the 5th of Feb. The courier didn’t attempt to deliver the milk to my residential address. Someone was home to accept the package, however no call was made/attempted through my buildings intercom nor a card left. The lazy couriers please often do not attempt deliveries to my building (frustratingly), however I can usually contact them and get them to redeliver the following day. I did exactly that – I contacted Sendle and they arranged for delivery the following day. Again, no delivery attempted when someone was home and no card left.

I have now received an email to collect this from a depot. I do not have a car and it is far too heavy for me to lug home – hence why I buy these online and pay for delivery. I try to contact the company again for assistance and they tell me "we can't help you" followed by "hope this information helps" - Insulting at the least
The worst company I’ve ever dealt with. They make Auspost look like angels.

I'm currently on my 30th email to the company with no resolution. They are being dicks to the seller also.

Anyone else with a similar experience/advise to take it from here?

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    Sendle is a courier service, but in this case did you or the seller arrange delivery? Whoever arranged it can make a claim with/against Sendle.

    But if you didn't arrange it, all you can really do is tell the seller it wasn't received and get them to re-send.

  • +2 votes

    I think you should have demanded a refund based on goods not received in the first place and let the seller deal with couriers/delivery company.

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      Yes, from ny experience in similar situation, sellers should have no objection to refunding. Then they can contact courier company.
      Courier companies who have done this sort of thing to me, have seemed much more eager to assist when it is delivery for a huge company, and they don't seem to care when it was a smaller seller. They still did ask, if they could dump my $2,500 4k TV at my door when I wasn't home though :/ .

      Just get refund from seller (easily done, amd explain problems with couriers). Then order again .

      Just a suggestion that might work OP, you might want to consider Woolworths or coles delivery. Stock up when sales are on. I would think Woolworths or coles delivery would be much better than couriers. Much of the couriers seem to be on sub-minimum wage (paid per delivery) , so I guess that's just the level of employee such low pay attracts.

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        I 100% would as I always get my groceries delivered, however, they don't stock milklab :(

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    What mail facilities does your building have?

    Not defending Sendle by any means, but if all they encounter is a locked glass door and an intercom, you'll have a bad time trying to get stuff delivered.

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    Got Milk?
    Don't have a Cow man…

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    Which courier company did Sendle farm out the job to? Have you tried contacting them directly?

  • +2 votes

    Ask Sendle if they will ship direct to China for you.

  • +1 vote

    Sendle are fine when all goes to plan but when it fails they are a nightmare to deal with. It's like communicating into a black hole. I no longer use them even though it costs me more - it's just not worth it.

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    Just use Coles online

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      I 100% would as I always get my groceries delivered, however, they don't stock milklab :(

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    Sounds like you have found a solution here.

    My only quibble with your post is, I think, Auspost has raised their game considerably lately. I get an SMS to tell me what day they re delivering, a card message if I’m not home and they deliver pretty promptly to the drop off depot point for me to pickup. I have a folding trolley I use to bring home the heavier items, like a dozen wine. They also send a follow up email asking how they did.

    I agree that some delivery people are dross.

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