I have completed the documents needed to submit to School of Tomorrow for my daughter’s moving up to Level 4. I have sent it this morning via JRS Express. Husband and I supposed to send the documents through LBC Express but when we noticed that JRS office was open, we decided to send the parcel through it. It was my first time to do transaction with JRS.
JRS is nearer to our place. It is just two blocks away for where we live while LBC is more than 5 kms away. JRS is also cheaper. Their one-pounder package is just P115 equivalent to Transpack Large of LBC which is P215.
When it comes to facilities, LBC is more sophisticated. Their office in Tawala is air-conditioned and receipts are computer-generated. While JRS office near our place is not air-conditioned and has no ventilation for the customers. The transaction is purely manual. The sender and recipient’s details are written directly to the plastic bag using a ballpen that does not write clearly, hehehe. In LBC, it provides a sticker where the details are written. This is probably why JRS is P100 cheaper than LBC.
The personnel of LBC is formal and in complete uniform while the personnel of JRS is in plain shirt with no ID. If presentation will be the basis, LBC looks more credible, right? But anyway, JRS is more accessible to us so I might as well try to do transaction with them. Hopefully my parcel will be in School of Tomorrow‘s office by tomorrow.