Posted January 11, 2019 08:00:54For those who aren’t keen on having their DNA tested to ensure they are eligible for the new DHL global tracking service, this week’s release of its DNA DNA profile may be enough to satisfy you.
A DHL spokesperson told ABC News the company is committed to delivering DNA profiles to those who request them.”DNA is used to help improve customer service and enhance the customer experience across the organisation,” the spokesperson said.
“The DNA service provides customers with a unique DNA profile that can be linked to a person’s history and helps us to identify potential customers and their interests.”
But not everyone’s enthusiasm is shared.
“I think this is just a waste of time, I think it’s just stupid, it’s not going to help anybody,” one customer told ABC Radio Perth.
“People have already been through the process, I mean they’ve been through all this time already, so I don’t see any point in wasting their time,” another told ABC TV Perth.DHL’s DNA service is currently available to customers who can’t travel outside of Australia.
But, as of this week, the service is available only in New Zealand and Hong Kong.