[LINK] Sensis' Directory Select: cancel printed phone books online

Stilgherrian stil at stilgherrian.com
Wed Sep 15 19:35:59 EST 2010


That and Sensis says they can't cancel deliveries less than X weeks before the delivery where X, from memory, is 12. Which sounds like bulldust to me, but there you go.

Stil


On 15/09/2010, at 7:20 PM, sylvano wrote:
> <quote>
> If you do receive books you don't want you can call 1800 008 292 to have
> them collected. Books will be collected after the scheduled book
> delivery period is complete.
> </quote>
> https://www.directoryselect.com.au/ds/action/cancel
> 
> On Wed, 2010-09-15 at 14:30 +1000, Marghanita da Cruz wrote:
>> Hi Stil,
>> 
>> Seems there is a feedback mechanism. Though I now have a new
>> dilemma.
>> 
>> Despite me having canceled my yellow pages last week, 4
>> sets were delivered to my block of units in the last few
>> days. However, this time, they were left at my front door
>> and many others in the neighbourhood, in biodegradable
>> plastic bags.
>> 
>> My dilemma is whether I should unwrap them, before putting
>> them in the paper recycling, and reuse the plastic bags, or
>> drop the whole package on my compost heap or in the garbage bin.
>> 
>> Marghanita
>> 
>> 
>> Stilgherrian wrote:
>>> On 06/09/2010, at 4:25 PM, Marghanita da Cruz wrote:
>>>> Originally, I used to unwrap the pile of books left at my place before putting them in the recycling. Then I thought the message wouldn't get through so, I resorted to dumping the wrapped books, from my doorstep into the recycle bin.
>>> 
>>> Sadly that means:
>>> 
>>> 1. The paper recyclers have extra work to get the paper out of its plastic wrapper. Some councils will flag that as inappropriate use of the recycling bin.
>>> 
>>> 2. There's no feedback mechanism that tells Sensis they have Done Wrong.
>>> 
>>> Stil
>>> 
>>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
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