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Thursday, 5 February 2009

FeDex Delivery Update Thursday 5th February

Further update from FeDex:

Please be advised that due to the severe weather and hazardous conditions, the following depots are unable to despatch drivers, therefore no deliveries will be attempted today:- Aylesbury (24/124), Coventry (35), Banbury (25), Cambridge (37/137), Leek (66), Swindon (83), further updates will be posted on the bulletin where possible.



The weather conditions in certain parts of the country continue to cause some disruption to FeDex deliveries, here is today’s update of depots affected:

Severe Weather conditions and heavy snow has been reported by the following depots, which has resulted in hazardous conditions on many roads throughout the regions, including road closures and accidents due to the weather, therefore deliveries within these areas will be affected:- Stoke (40), Swindon (83), Aylesbury (24/124), Derby (39), Wellingborough (36/68), Camberley (18), Leek (66), Slough (95/195), Harlow (23), Fareham (11/12/84), Frome (114), Cambridge (37/137), Leicester (38), Bristol (17), Cardiff (27), Sleaford (43), Spilsby (143), Hereford (130), Byfleet (7/319), Inverness (88/89), Leeds (50), Exeter (15/115), Kilmarnock (59), Nottingham (139), Cannock (63), Scunthorpe (47), Sheffield (46), Gloucester (26), Aberdeen (62/67/69), Banbury (25), Coventry (35), Worcester (30), Belfast (64)

Our apologies once again for any inconvenience caused - if you have a query on a specific order please contact our customer service team directly in the normal manner.


4 comments:

Cyril said...

I have received notification that fedex have a cheque in my name with security keeping code SCT/0433/L. I have to pay 195GBP to fedex but in the account of the accountant. This really smell like a scam. Can you please verify this for me?
Regards
Cyril

STL Blog Team said...

Hi Cyril

I have asked someone in our customer services team to investigate into the situation... I'll come back to you once we have more infomration.

Warm Regards

STL Blog Team

STL Blog Team said...

Hi Cyril

A member of our customer services team has been in contact with our Fedex contact. They have said:

"I have forwarded this on to our Customer Services and Security Managers

There is no doubt that this is a scam, however we will make further enquiries."

I will continue to update you on this as we get more information from Fedex.

Warm Regards

STL Blog Team

STL Blog Team said...

Hi Cyril

We have recieved this further communication from FeDex:

"Dear Cyril,

Thank you for bringing this to our attention, this is a fraudulent e-mail scam using the trusted name of FedEx whereby the fraudsters use our trusted name to try and give some credence to their scam. The E-Crime Unit at New Scotland Yard are helping us to try and close these e-mail addresses/website scams down and in order to do so they need the original e-mail which is not to be forwarded to them but sent to them as an attachment.

If you still have the original e-mail, can you please save it as a file, then open a new e-mail and address it to Stephen.truick@met.police.uk Then on the menu shown at the top of the page (File Edit View Insert etc), select Insert and then item, then find the original e-mail that was sent to you and click on it, it should then attach the e-mail on to your e-mail to Steve. Steve is the officer that is helping us to combat these fraudsters. There is information which the police need in the headers which will be saved if the e-mail is sent in this format.

Kind regards

Colin Troughton
Senior Security Specialist"