Asda Deliverydamage to property

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a mounth ago i received damage to our fencing as a result of a delivery driver to our neighbours .your driver broke our fencing with his weeled trolley i asked him to mind not hitting the fence which he diliberatly hit right in frount of my eyes .I contacted your delivery depot ant was given a number of your insurance company who turned out not to be in exsistance any moor, a week alapsed and the women told me as it would cost us 50 pounds to repair i should sent 2 quotes to her and she would send a checque out three weeks has alapsed still no sign of cheque.i feel that there is a cover up going on and am very dissapointed that your staff go obout recking peoples property with out a care in the world my email address is [protected]@googlemail.com

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    Stew0969 Jan 04, 2021
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    A number of months ago, your delivery driver fell as he was trying to get up my stairs. He and his trolley clattered through and flattened my neighbours fence.
    While I felt sorry for him, I think he overloaded the trolley.
    He took pictures of the damage, and advised someone would be in touch.
    I have been patient given the current circumstances, but this is starting to sour relations between me and my neighbour.
    Can you advise? [email protected]

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