British public now trust Amazon more than the Royal Mail

British public now trust Amazon more than the Royal Mail (but we still have faith in its postmen), figures shows Royal Mail CEO Nick Landon sent an internal message to his 140,000 staff He said 'all of our pride should be dented by Amazon Logistics taking top spot' The Royal Mail was privatised in 2013 and is still the biggest courier in the UK 

By Alex Lawson For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 01:12 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 01:13 BST, 2 May 2021

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It's postmen and women have been a familiar sight on Britain’s doorsteps for centuries.

But Royal Mail now admits it is less trusted than US internet giant Amazon when it comes to delivering mail safely to our homes.

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Internal postal service data, seen by The Mail on Sunday, shows that 38 per cent of mail recipients would recommend Amazon, while 35 per cent would back Royal Mail. DPD and Parcelforce, owned by Royal Mail, came next in the trust list.

Royal Mail chief operating officer Nick Landon described losing top spot to Amazon as ‘very worrying’. In an internal message to its 140,000 staff, Mr Landon said: ‘All of our pride should be dented by Amazon Logistics taking top spot'

Royal Mail chief operating officer Nick Landon described losing top spot to Amazon as ‘very worrying’. In an internal message to its 140,000 staff, Mr Landon said: ‘All of our pride should be dented by Amazon Logistics taking top spot'

Royal Mail chief operating officer Nick Landon described losing top spot to Amazon as ‘very worrying’. In an internal message to its 140,000 staff, Mr Landon said: ‘All of our pride should be dented by Amazon Logistics taking top spot.

‘That’s why everyone in our pipeline has a role to play in

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