Usps parcel post tracking not updating

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Insurance is automatically calculated and added to your order. There is no way to track it and there is no proof of delivery or shipment. However, it is generally fairly dependable, arriving with a week or two 95% of the time. I can’t actually remember from where, but the sender used USPS (United States Postal Service).He provided a tracking number, which usually works great, and you can keep an eye on where in the world your package is.I always find this really interesting, especially when the item travels across the US via all those destinations you didn’t even know existed.The big day came when the status update read “Out for delivery”, which usually means it’s on my postman’s van, and I can expect the doorbell to ring any moment now. I did some investigating, and there’s a relatively simple explanation for this. First of all, here’s a screen grab of the tracking history: The first thing that’s weird about this delivery was that the package was sent from Opa Locka (one of the airports around Fort Lauderdale) to Miami, rather than Miami Beach (which is where I live). But hey, the next day it appears to have arrived at my local post office, and it’s out for delivery. Now, and in an ideal world, the postman delivers the item, and does a scan when he either leaves the packages at your door, in your mailbox, or hands it to somebody.Can someone please tell me what is happening with these packages??The tracking numbers for all the packages including the ones I have received are: RI164994611CN RI164994625CN RI164994639CN RI164994642CN RI164994656CN RI164994660CN RI164994673CN RI164994687CN RI164994695CN RI164994700CN RI164994713CN RI164994727CN RI164994735CN Thanks.

Every time I get greeted with the same thing: it’s been shipped.

Hi there, I have 13 packages in total being sent to me from China. Five of these arrived on Monday and one arrived today.

The others seem to be stuck since the 25/9/14 on "Departure from outward office of exchange" all at the exact same time.

After Ship automatically get tracking info for both origin and destination country for international shipments of postal service (e.g. However, not all destination postal service provides tracking info and After Ship may not support tracking of the destination carrier.

Everytime I have had a package coming via USPS that includes tracking, I check the site religously. I then receive the package, and then check the site (see, wasn’t kidding about the moron part). A few hours later it updates and said it has been delivered. It half works–I keep checking just in case they get their junk together.

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