[LINK] Sensis' Directory Select: cancel printed phone books online
Marghanita da Cruz
marghanita at ramin.com.au
Thu Sep 16 13:57:58 EST 2010
Just a further update - it turns out that plastic wrapped
yellow pages were in the biodegradable plastic bags!
The whole lot has gone into the garbage bin - I hope A
current affair gets a film crew out to the landfill, in the
near future, to do a count of how many other copies of the
double wrapped yellow pages are there. After all sensis
customers may be better off advertising on TV!
Councils should invoice Telstra for the cost of this garbage
- though no doubt ratepayers will pick up the tab.
> 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.
> On 15/09/2010, at 7:20 PM, sylvano wrote:
>> 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.
>> 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
>>> 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.
>>> 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.
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>> Link at mailman.anu.edu.au
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Marghanita da Cruz
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