TNT lost our iPhones in Arnhem

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by MrNase, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. MrNase macrumors member

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    #1
    How many of you have similar status?
    HTML:
    16 Jul 2010 	08:40:32 	Arnhem Hub 	Shipment In Transit. 
    16 Jul 2010 	07:02:51 	DC6 	Shipment In Transit. 
    16 Jul 2010 	07:02:27 	Arnhem Hub 	Shipment In Transit. 
    15 Jul 2010 	17:00:00 	Hong Kong 	Delay Due To Bad Weather. Recovery Action Underway 
    14 Jul 2010 	04:35:12 	Hong Kong 	Shipment In Transit. 
    14 Jul 2010 	03:57:55 	Hong Kong 	Shipment Received At Transit Point. 
    14 Jul 2010 	03:08:00 	SZ1 	Shipment In Transit. 
    14 Jul 2010 	00:06:41 	Shenzhen 	Shipment In Transit. 
    13 Jul 2010 	21:22:58 	Shenzhen 	Shipment Collected From Sender. 
    

    There is an ongoing discussion over at the Apple Support Forums and there are a lot of users who are getting the same status for days now.

    One of those guys gave TNT a call and they said they have no idea where the iPhones are.

    I know there are some people asking here about their status.
    The thread is quite long but you should read at least the last pages: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2501364&tstart=0

    That's ridiculous, apparently they are missing a trailer full of iPhones. Call TNT and they lie to you - call them three times and you get four different answers.
     
  2. Pushkar macrumors 6502a

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  3. marksman macrumors 603

    marksman

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    I really like some of the shows on TNT. It is different than when Ted Turner owned it, but some of their original stuff is good. I used to love watching TBS and TNT when I was a kid.

    I am sad to hear a cable channel is losing people's iPhones.
     
  4. studio¹³¹ macrumors 6502

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  5. alecgold macrumors 65816

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    When I need to call them I take notes with names and thing they say, date, time, everything I need. For shipping I. The Netherlands TNT is the best shipping abroad, even from the Netherlands to Belgium is a disaster waiting to happen. And it doesn't just wait, it does happen as well.
    Anyway, with the notes I can get back at them and throw the their coworkers statements in their face. It can result in a call center worker hanging up on you, but I can really make it as tough on them to lie as I can. Once I had a parcel in customs. Was there for 30 days and after 30 days it is shipped back or destroyed. They delivered it well over 40 days after posting it in the USA. it's just a bloody mess at times.
     
  6. ARH1956 macrumors 6502

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    This sounds like an issue that is destined to explode to me.
     
  7. DLyman macrumors member

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    LOL Thanks for my laugh of the day :)
     
  8. ncfuser macrumors regular

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    Looks like they should come with MobileMe so you can "Find iPhone"
     
  9. db2431 macrumors regular

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    Mine said it was at the Arnhem hub for 4 days, I didnt spaz out and it arrived before the scheduled delivery date, jesus some people here treat the iphone like some mythical god.
     

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