I ordered the Wired debit-card on 09-01-2020
Wirex support told me that the card has been printed by Contis and handed over by them to the delivery service “Royal Mail service” on 11-01-2020.
the website from “Royal Mail” https://personal.help.royalmail.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5244/~/when-will-my-item-arrive%3F " mentions: “Europe within three to five working days” for delivery
So 5 working days from the 11-01-2020 is the 17th Friday or latest the 20th January 2020.
We are now 06-02-2020, that is more then 3 weeks that the delivery service “Royal Mail service” supposedly has the card in possession and takes time to deliver it within Europe to Belgium what is just across the canal.
it has been told by support that due to workload, it can take that long. Ok agreed, if Wirex or Contis has high demand and workload, it takes them more time to hand over the card to the delivery service “Royal Mail service” on 11-01-2020. Logic and can be understood.
But that is not the case, as Contis has handed over the card to the delivery service “Royal Mail service” already on 11-01-2020.
There is no logic in that Royal Mail needs 4 or more weeks to deliver a letter to an address in Europe, when nowhere it can be found that there was a national strike that went on for weeks and therefore it takes them more then 4 weeks to sent a letter.
no logic in this, so I am worried that maybe one of the “Royal Mail service” employees is making a copy of the cards and there fore it takes them +4 weeks to sent them.
anyone a logic explanation for “Royal Mail service” to take +4 weeks to sent a letter/card within Europe?
The only one I can think of is that it is lost. But I can not order a 2nd one till cancelling the other card first. And then maybe again 4 weeks waiting.