Northcourt Post Office located at 39 Northcourt Rd, Abingdon OX14 1PJ, UK

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Karim

1 Google Rating

Jobsworthy thieves. I came in to get a certified copy of my passport, the guy happily took £12.75

1/ 5

Jobsworthy thieves. I came in to get a certified copy of my passport, the guy happily took £12.75 for the privilege of stamping the copy I gave him, and did not tell me I was entitled to three copies. Found this out, came back for my other two copies, and explained this to the woman who happily stamped my copies and then demanded another £12.75 . Don’t come here, they will try and rip you off.

ettore fieramosca

1 Google Rating

Tried to send a pair of teeth retainers and paid 40 pds only to see them delivered back to my home.

1/ 5

Tried to send a pair of teeth retainers and paid 40 pds only to see them delivered back to my home. Staff didn't spot the problem and refused to refund, refused to contact parcel world and did not offer a claim form for non-delivery claim. Staff at the desk two ladies completely clueless and hapless. One did make an effort to be kind the other went inside and refused to talk to me. The manager a chubby young man equally incompetent. If staff cannot cope decently with the public they should stay well hidden in the store.

Epic Cranker

1 Google Rating

Very slow service, the man and woman serving the customers could see there was a massive queue and s

1/ 5

Very slow service, the man and woman serving the customers could see there was a massive queue and still decided to move slower than ever with her current customer and the man let people push in the queue and not say anything, I would rather travel to a different branch in or even OUT of Abingdon to send my parcel rather than come here, the staff need to sort themselves out and have 4 at the desk! slow service!!!

Evaldas Zukauskas

5 Google Rating

Qiuck sevice

5/ 5

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OLLIE MANNION

1 Google Rating

Shocking, now lost TWO of my parcels

1/ 5

Shocking, now lost TWO of my parcels

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  • Friday08:30 AM - 05:30 PM
  • Saturday09:00 AM - 05:30 PM

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