A Freisinger sent his son two high-quality FFP3 masks to Vienna. The packages arrived torn open and looted - without masks.
Freising - Guido Metz from Freising twice sent his son Aaron high-quality protective masks to Vienna, where he works as a surgeon. The packs also arrived - but without masks. Who has grabbed the coveted content where - that can no longer be traced.
Dr. is waiting for the masks from Freising Aaron Metz has so far been unsuccessful.
"We sent out the first packet about three weeks ago," reports real estate expert Metz. The content of the cargo to the Filius: two high-quality FFP masks of protection category 3 - unit price 86 euros. “Unfortunately, it arrived damaged and without masks,” says Metz. But you don't want to leave anything unturned - and got the expensive masks again. So two weeks ago, show number two. But again the same game: "The package was torn open again and the masks were missing again." Metz: "It is frightening how some people behave in this corona crisis. I am sure that we are not the only ones who experience this. Swiss Post would do better to monitor the delivery of private parcels better. ”Whether the parcel was torn open in Germany or Austria - and under what circumstances -“ we cannot say that, of course ”. Metz is also vague how to identify the currently urgently needed content of the parcels.
Swiss Post's advice: always by registered mail
In the meantime, Guido Metz has sent another package, this time to Holland. The content: 100 disposable masks. A friend of Metz visited her partner for three weeks and asked Metz for masks that were very difficult to get in Holland. The Freisinger had acquired a supply and was able to send the acquaintances the masks. But: the package never arrived. Metz: “When asked at the post office, we were told that this happens every now and then with privately sent parcels because you cannot track these parcels. This would not happen in online retail because the shipments are provided with a tracking number. ”Metz was advised to only send parcels by registered post. As a rule, that is certain. Guido Metz takes it easy: "Next time we'll be smarter."
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