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Before I made any call, the first package was delivered by a different postal office. The first postman found the address is not in his region, so he sent back to the main office, and the package was shipped to the correct office then. I find that it's a lazy mailman or one who's equipment failed and doesn't bother to keep track of it to handle it when he gets back to the post office.
I have about 25-30 that say the same thing right now! Don't contact the customer until they contact you, as they probably wont even notice the delay. Besides the fact that I want them to make more money so we don't have to subsidize them, they have really improved their systems and are the fastest and most consistent.
lol Yeah, most of us have no interest in dialing anyone at the USPS, but sometimes you have to do what you have to do, especially if it could affect your on-time delivery score.
Items "Out for delivery" are expected to be updated that same day to: "Delivered"; "Notice left"; "Notice Left (No Authorized Recipient Available)" [when signature required]; or another appropriate status.
I sent a priority mail with signature confirmation last Friday, and the package arrived at the buyer's local regional office the next day, and then went to the last office which handles the delivery, so the status shows "out for delivery" first, and then for some reason, it went back to the delivery office, and then the regional office, now it just shows "Delivery status not updated" from 11/29/2014.
I checked the recipient address, and it was a name of a school system, while the actual address shows one of the schools in the system.
If you want more information about the status of your shipments, contact USPS with the tracking numbers.
Their internal system can give them more information than is provided to the public through the USPS tracking website.
It is a small town and I easily connected to the postmaster.
Then how if USPS tracking not updating for international Deliveries? Read How Do I Talk To A Real Person at USPS Post Office Compared to local deliveries, international deliveries will take more times and more days to deliver the package.
It is because the distance took longer time to deliver the package.
Check them on USPS tracking website, and you are required to type the tracking number.
This system is also occurred for international deliveries too.