DPD Local and DPD voted top parcel delivery firms, while CitySprint and Yodel are bottom of the pile
DPD Local has been ranked as the best parcel delivery firm in our annual poll of MoneySavingExpert users, with sister firm DPD coming second. But at the other end of the scale, CitySprint and Yodel got the poorest ratings from MoneySavers.
25 January 2021
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27 January 2017
iPost Parcels, DX and Yodel bottom of parcel delivery pile, MSE poll finds
DPD has been rated the best parcel delivery service by MoneySavingExpert readers for the third year running
22 December 2015
Yodel again voted among the worst delivery firms, despite improvement
DX, iPost Parcels and Yodel have been named the worst delivery firms in the UK, according to our latest annual poll
18 December 2014
Yodel named worst parcel delivery service again
Yodel has been named as the delivery firm with the worst service, according to a MoneySavingExpert.com poll
10 January 2014
Yodel named worst parcel delivery firm
Almost three quarters rated their experience with parcel giant Yodel as bad, with Royal Mail scoring best
21 January 2013
Shoppers vent fury at Yodel as Christmas deliveries arrive late
Complaints about delivery giant Yodel include presents arriving late for Christmas, and damaged parcels
4 January 2013
Yodel boss: No apology for delays but 'deliveries getting better'
Ever felt utter frustration waiting for a non-existent delivery? Well, that's what many Yodel customer have faced
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