We used Mailbox Nationwide because they allowed us to specify rural villages within a given postcode. We asked them to distribute 39,000 of two separate leaflets together. We were initially concerned when no one we knew in the distribution area had received a leaflet. We contacted them and they asked us for specific postcodes so we gave them 5 x 6 digit postcodes. That weekend, a full week after the distribution should have been completed, these 5 very specific postcodes received one or other of the fliers - not both. But surrounding addresses still did not receive the fliers. Our understanding is that there are at least 9 outstanding and unpaid county court judgements against them. Also there are very many complaints on gumtree and other websites from leaflet distributors who have not been paid. Basically, if you do the sums they don't add up. They can't pay what they claim they pay distributors and charge what they charge clients... the sums don't work... certainly in a rural area. We have been asking them to tell us how many distributors they had and how long they were distributing... they have not. Caroline Pocock's daughter, Katie Gray acts for the company as a 'paralegal'. She is a final year student at the University of the West of England and on her blog and cv she boasts that she enjoys appearing in court on their behalf to defend the many court cases that are brought against them. They have an in-house solicitor advocate, Gareth Rosser-Davies, who we were promised would deal with our case but when we asked for evidence that they had deployed sufficient leaflet distributors for sufficient time to distribute 39,000 leaflets for us, he did not do this and opted to pass the case back to his 'colleagues' We have assumed this means Katie Gray. We have reported Gareth Rosser-Davies to the SRA as we do not believe he is acting within their guidelines as a solicitor if he is working for a company who do not pay when county court judgements are found against them.