Tracing registered letter

Dear Editor,

I refer to your letter dated November 8, 2012 from Mr Peter Christopher in connection with Registered Mail #RW635741 463CA from Canada. The Guyana Post Office Corporation would like to thank you for affording us the opportunity in providing a response.

Please be advised that the registered item arrived in our administration on October 16, 2012, a notice to uplift same was placed in the Citizens Bank P.O. Box on the said date. The item was signed for by the Bank’s Office Assistant on October 29, 2012.

The sender or receiver of the item can make contact with our Customer Service Office concerning any further queries.
We regret the delay in response; this was due to us carrying out a thorough investigation.

Yours faithfully,
Nicola Berkley
Customer Service Officer

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