Parcel Dispatch PDQ

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Location
216 F St. (next to Bistro 33 and Dimple Records)
Hours
Mon-Fri 9:00AM-5:30PM
Sat 10:00AM-2:00PM
Fingerprinting/Notary hours:
Mon-Fri 9:00AM-5:15PM
Sat 10:00AM-1:45PM
Phone
(530) 756-7084
Fax
(530) 756-3090
Owners
Lynn & Laura Christensen
Website
[WWW]http://www.pdqfingerprinting.com

Parcel Dispatch, PDQ offers Shipping via UPS, FedEx and limited Postal Service. They also offer Notary Public, Livescan fingerprinting, Ink Card fingerprinting services and Passport Photos. They are a family owned and operated business, and they usually employ a number of UCD and Sac City students.

**Important**
The cut-off time for:
UPS
Ground is 4:30PM
UPS Next Day is 4:40PM
Fedex
Ground 2:00PM
Fedex Express 3:45PM

Note that you can NOT pick up missed UPS or FedEx packages here. The regional UPS shipping center is 1380 Shore Blvd., West Sacramento, and after a failed delivery attempt you can pick up a package there.

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2005-08-20 10:45:50   When you go in there for Livescan services, you get to walk through a really cool rotating darkroom door. "Shht! Shht!' Just like on the Starship Enterprise! —BlancheNonken


2005-12-01 23:24:40   Mr Lynn Christensen and Mrs Laura Christensen, the owners, are among the nicest people I've ever met. —GrahamFreeman


2006-08-10 12:12:39   This is definitely a very friendly, helpful, and efficient place to do business. —ErikAnderson


2006-08-10 17:40:07   Lynn Christensen has won an Enterprise voters choice award for "friendliest business owner" or something to that effect. I think he's won it more than once. He is a really nice guy. —JanelleAlvstadMattson


2006-11-08 12:43:16   I always go here for notaries and I've been here once to get a shipping quote. Everyone is extremely helpful and friendly. It's good to see that the owner's won awards to attest to that fact. Great guy. —LiRic


2006-11-08 16:48:16   These folks have been in business here for ages. We shipped business packages so we were in there at least once a week. Lynn and Laura are always friendly and helpful (they own the place) but their workers are real nice too so they must be nice people to work for. It's a great place to mail stuff and they have boxes,tape, greeting cards and all that stuff. Lynn says the PDQ stands for Pretty Darned Quick in spite of what anyone else thinks the D stands for. —BarbaraClowers


2007-05-19 04:32:16   I walked in with a broken bike frame around 4pm (think 2 1 foot on a side triangles). They packed so small I figured I could fit them in a standard box. The owner ran over to the bike shop, got me a old bike box (cheaper than a new one, not to mention reuse is better than recycling), then rebuilt the box to be about 2/3rds the size (again cheaper), packed it with peanuts, and sealed it up. Total cost was $18 and the box was delivered by 9:30 am then next day. Basically great service from great people. Highly recommended. —BillBroadley


2007-12-22 15:09:48   Outstanding customer service for years- these folks really know how to deliver! :-) Very professional, friendly, honest almost to a fault (if they think you can ship something more cheaply via the post office, they tell you), helpful even to last minute people like me who rush in stressed & worried & find their troubles being all eased by this great team. Really- you just couldn't ask for them to do it better & the fact that they are a very hands on Mom & Pop operation in Davis makes me all the happier to go there. —Angie (This review is the only edit this user account has made on the wiki. While it does not invalidate this review, please keep this in mind)


2008-07-02 17:01:11   Great customer service saved me money! I brought in a large box that was going to cost $45 to send UPS - they repacked the box so it would be smaller and cost $28 less. When I suggested they keep the change from my $20 they didn't even take the tip and just said they do this all the time. —rachelss


2009-01-05 17:16:40   I've had a lot of good luck here. I went in once to send a package to Southern California, and after helping me box it up super small they sent me to the Post Office where it'd be cheaper. I've gotten a lot of fingerprinting done as well, and the guy who does it is nice and cute. Too bad I don't know his name. —ChristyMarsden


2009-02-09 03:13:02   I had my fingerprint done here the other day and also had to send a few things out. The staff here seems diverse and very friendly. I'll be returning if I have to send out any packages. Thumbs up! —TonyaNN


2009-02-10 17:25:42   Cool place, always a pleasure to do business there! —MasonMurray


2011-07-21 13:38:31   Went in for a Notary signature today. Fast easy. Really nice guy. Parking in front. $10 per signature is the going rate all over town. —KileyA


2012-11-01 09:38:56   I went there for the first time yesterday to send a fax. I had never sent a fax before and they didn't make me feel stupid, they were extremely helpful and explained the process and did it all for me. I wasn't even sure which part of the document to fax, told them what the person had asked for and they helped locate the right spot. I would whole-heartedly recommend them. Their price was way better than other places as well. Only $1 per page. —RG

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