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    Quote Originally Posted by apocalypse_when View Post
    At my sorting office you need to bring photo ID with you as well as the little card they put through your door and if you don't have that they won't give it to you.
    Same at my local sorting office mate

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    Most will ask for photo ID it's standard practice, unless the people working your local Post Office know you then you're fine and can just pick stuff up. I get things sent to my local Post Office for collection all the time and never have to show ID anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson Wilson View Post
    Most will ask for photo ID it's standard practice, unless the people working your local Post Office know you then you're fine and can just pick stuff up. I get things sent to my local Post Office for collection all the time and never have to show ID anymore.
    Some of them dont insist on photo Iran's will accept a bank card.

    Not everyone even has photo ID. If you don't drive and don't own a passport, you're not likely to have any official ID with your photo on it. There are those National Identity cards, but usually you're gonna need another form of photo ID to apply for one which kind if defeats the point really

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    As far as delivery drivers go... I've received packages of blades (meat cleaver as it happens) and booze over the last week or so. Xmas pressies innit. I was once asked for a signature but only once and no photo ID required for any of it. And that's from companies who give a shit. I sincerely doubt owt more... experimental would be more of an issue. Might be... but probably not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shambles View Post
    As far as delivery drivers go... I've received packages of blades (meat cleaver as it happens) and booze over the last week or so. Xmas pressies innit. I was once asked for a signature but only once and no photo ID required for any of it. And that's from companies who give a shit. I sincerely doubt owt more... experimental would be more of an issue. Might be... but probably not.
    but getting stuff that isn't strictly - uh - 'legitimate' sent through the post might be risky if someone becomes suspicious and opens it and potentially alerts the police, especially if it's coming from abroad

    that's why I thought that asking the sender to remove your name from the package might be prudent

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    I can't say I was ever bothered by such things one way or t'other. Cos I do nothing wrong. Also, who or what is to say that wasn't named for fukkery reasons? Send a naughtyweb package to Ms T. May, 10 Downing St, London. Tell me she is personally getting busted if it gets spotted betwixt hither and yon. Plausible deniability ftmfw

    Honestly, only way you are in trouble legally is if your details are busted at the sender's end. And if that is the case you're screwed anyway so why does anybody give a shit?
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