Send 100 parcels free with Interlink Express

By Chris Dawson May 7, 2015 - 8:47 pm

Interlink Express are one of the couriers that consumers love, it’s the same tracking with a one hour predicted time slot that DPD offer.

Now they’re offering prospective retailers the opportunity to test their service by sending 100 parcels for free. If you are interested in trialling Interlink Express, fill in the form on their website and they’ll get in touch with you. If you’re in a hurry call them on 0500 005 005.

Small Print

  • This offer must be used within 3 weeks of your account being activated by Interlink Express and upon the receipt of your signed proposal form.
  • Your first Parcel sent by us will trigger this offer of services and 100 parcels will be shipped by Interlink Express, without cost to you, between Monday to Friday in the week in which your first Parcel is sent.
  • The Parcels shipped by Interlink Express under this offer will be shipped using their Next Day service only.
  • This offer is applicable between Monday to Friday only.
  • This offer applies to Parcels and Expresspak only with a Domestic destination and excludes International and Offshore destinations.
  • This offer only applies if you have not traded with Interlink Express within the preceding 12 months from your account activation date.
  • It is not applicable to third or fourth party collections and any other additional charges including, but not limited to, handling.
  • Interlink Express reserve the right to unilaterally modify, supplement or withdraw this offer and these Conditions at any time without prior notice to you.

  • Stuart
    2 years ago

    this will be why loyal customers prices have just gone up then!

    As Justin King said at the Channel Advisor Conference, you should look after your loyal customers first rather than attract new ones all thee time!

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