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Blue FrogBlue Frog Member Posts: 373 Pioneering
Yay!! Amazon have updated their system, so if you are a wheelchair user you can ask for your packages to be put in a lower cupboard in their big yellow lockers  :) that has made my day that, I always ask on their feedback surveys - and they listened!!!


  • Pippa_ScopePippa_Scope Member Posts: 5,856 Disability Gamechanger
    Hey @Blue Frog,

    That's amazing news! Sounds like that could make life easier for loads people, good on you for bringing it to Amazon's attention and good on them for taking it on board.

    Have a lovely day! 
  • Sam_ScopeSam_Scope Member Posts: 7,732 Disability Gamechanger
    That's great news @Blue Frog

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  • mossycowmossycow Community champion Posts: 495 Pioneering
    Oh that's fantastic! Nicely done! 

    "I'm trying to live like a random poem I read that ended 'to bloom where we are planted"

  • Neil2017Neil2017 Member Posts: 158 Courageous
    @Blue Frog
    Good to know that Amazon have some flexibility and act on feedback. I use it, but have never considered using one of their yellow lockers.
  • secondbeesecondbee Member Posts: 23 Courageous
    @Neil2017 when I didn’t know my neighbours well I found the lockers were a great option if I knew I was getting something delivered that was coming when I wouldn’t be around and that I didn’t want to chance going missing. 

    My experience of using them has at times been preferable to the driver coming to my house. For example, my dog is trained to bring me the post, and I caught a driver teasing my dog by pushing the parcel through the door until he grabbed it and then pulling it away. On the plus side he looked very surprised when I opened the door. 
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