Last Thursday I took the drone to the post office counter at my local Spar shop so it could be sent to the DJI repair centre in Holland. I nearly fell over when I was charged over £58 for the next day service.
On Friday morning I checked the tracking information that showed only an advised status. I contacted Parcel Force Worldwide and asked why this was the case, many hours later they got back to me and claimed the post office had handed the parcel over to Royal Mail and not them.
Royal Mail are saying they have no record of the parcel as it is not one of their tracking numbers, in short no one can tell me where the drone is.
It now looks like I am going to have to wait the required time and make a claim, really gutted this has happened, I might have been able to get over a fly away, but finding this situation a bit hard to swallow.