Christmas has come early for small businesses wanting to give and receive the gift of global flat-rate shipping via Sendle's door-to-door delivery service.
New research from crowdsourced delivery and courier service, Go People, has found unreliable couriers are forcing Aussies to waste millions of dollars on express deliveries, in an attempt to ensure gifts arrive on time for Christmas.
Scammers are online this Christmas trying to con you with emails suggesting there’s a missed parcel you need to pay a re-delivery fee for, but if you fall for it your present will be heartache, a lighter wallet, the risk of identity theft or the risk of ransomware.
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