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USPS Tracking Package and Mail

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The United States Postal Service (originally called the U.S. Post Office Department, when it was completely managed by the U.S. Government before 1971) also known as the Post Office, U.S. Mail, or Postal Service is an independent agency of the United States federal government responsible for providing postal service in the United States. It is one of the few government agencies explicitly authorized by the United States Constitution.

US Post tracking package is easy as explained in sections below. Remember, no matter which tracking number you have, you can always track it with our universal postal tracker.

USPS Tracking

To track your shipment, please enter your shipment reference number above.

Tracking your USPS shipment is easy, just use your shipment reference number located in your shipment confirmation email, or in online store order page, that looks like 940****, 927***, 420***, Lx000000000CN and enter it into the tracking tool.

Whether you have had your shipment picked or dropped a package off, you can use this tool to follow the status of your shipment.

All mail collected by the USPS are sorted through over 250 Processing and Distribution Centers located across the United States. Individual centres are responsible for sorting mail in a given region, typically within a radius of about 320 kilometres or 200 miles. Each centre is connected with the USPS’s national network. Mail is typically sorted using an automated system, although physical inspection and sorting may be needed when an address cannot be identified by the system. All mail is printed with a bar code that is used to determine the destination as the item moves through the USPS system.

USPS tracking provides the status of parcels and other mail items with a label or receipt number. Items shipped with Priority Mail Express will include point-by-point tracking details, while mail and parcels sent with other services will only show when an item went out for delivery. Services with label numbers include Certified Mail, Collect on Delivery, Global Express Guaranteed, Priority Mail Express International, Priority Mail Express, Priority Mail International, Priority Mail, Registered Mail, Signature Confirmation.

Track USPS package

Once you enter the tracking number of an item(s) into the USPS Tracking website, you can review the latest status of that item. Depending on the status, origin and destination, and the class and services of the item, you may be able to take a number of different actions if available. You can find the item’s tracking history and see what kind of services and features are associated with it. You can request emails and/or text messages about your item or a Proof of Delivery email. You can also leave instructions for the carrier on where to leave your mailpiece if no one is available to accept it.

Track USPS by number

To check on the delivery status of your mailing, enter your tracking or confirmation number in the field above.

When you handover parcel to local USPS counter they will give a 16 digit receipt which you should keep safe until the item gets delivered meanwhile you can check the status of an item via text or mail.

You can also check details by sending a text message to 28777 with your tracking number.

Enter your 16 digit USPS tracking bar code in the below box to know about transit or delivery information.

USPS Priority Mail International tracking

This is also quick delivery USPS service but compares to priority mail express it takes 1 to 3 business days depending upon the location with flat rate charges starts from $6.65 and very on destinations.

USPS Priority Mail Express International tracking

This is one of the quickest mail delivery services of USPS for urgent documents, student letters etc. In most of the states, they can deliver overnight before 10 AM.

USPS First Class Mail International Tracking

USPS Tracking is included at no charge for First-Class Package Service-Retail and First-Class Package Service-Commercial. Although First-Class Mail® postcards, letters, and flats are not eligible for USPS Tracking, those items are eligible for other extra services that provide barcodes for scanning.

The US Postal Service’s First Class Mail International is an affordable way to send mail—including letters, bills and postcards—and small packages weighing four pounds or less to international destinations. Using First Class Mail International, deliveries generally take between 7–21 days to arrive, although the USPS does not guarantee delivery dates or times. Mail may travel to its destination by ground, air or a combination of both.

Keep up with your international shipment with USPS International Tracking. The USPS provides different levels of package tracking for international packages depending on the mail class. For Global Express Guaranteed and Priority Mail Express International, you receive delivery status information using the Track & Confirm tool. For Priority Mail International, you can get delivery information for all packages with two exceptions: Tracking information is only provided optionally for select destinations when you use Priority Mail International Flat‑Rate Envelopes or Small Flat‑Rate Boxes. Free USPS Tracking is available for select destinations for First Class Package International Service shipments.

US ground mail tracking

USPS Retail Ground is a reliable and economical way to ship less-than-urgent deliveries and oversized packages. Retail Ground includes USPS Tracking, good for packages too large for Priority Mail Express and Priority Mail delivery, only available at USPS Post Offices.

What is USPS Tracking?

USPS Tracking service provides end-to-end item tracking and is available for most domestic mail products that are large enough and that are addressed to domestic locations, including to limited Army Post Offices (APOs), Fleet Post Offices (FPOs), Diplomatic Post Offices (DPO) destinations and to ZIP Codes in U.S. territories and possessions or Freely Associated States.

Entering the tracking number associated with a mailpiece into the USPS Tracking page gives you the current status of an item along with other tracking information. That info includes, if available, delivery and/or attempted delivery information, including date and time of delivery as well as the delivery location of the item (mailbox, reception desk, neighbor, etc.).

USPS Tracking does not expedite or guarantee delivery. There is no additional cost for the tracking mechanism on products that automatically include USPS Tracking. Basically, you pay for that product’s postage, and tracking is included, unless you are shipping USPS Marketing Mail® parcels. Adding USPS Tracking to that commercial mailing service requires paying a fee.

What is USPS First Class Package International?

First Class Package International is the cheapest USPS service to ship packages that weigh 4 lbs or less. Rather than expensive Post Office prices, you can book online, print your shipping labels and Customs Documents and then drop off at any USPS Post Office. To the majority of destinations, the package will still come with tracking so that both the sender and recipient can keep an eye on the delivery.

The USPS will then post your package internationally before the local Post Office in each destination makes the final delivery. We advise considering adding protection cover to the booking when shipping overseas, plus it is essential to provide a local working contact number so that Customs or the courier can reach out to the recipient should there be any issues with the delivery. All items shipped internationally are DDU (delivered duty unpaid). Any customs fees owed will need to be paid for by the recipient.

How long does First Class Mail take?

USPS First Class Package International transit times will vary depending on where you are shipping to as the local Post Office in each delivery destination can vary depending on how developed they are. USPS advice to allow between 12 and 20 working days for transit times for this economy service, plus there can be delays when the package is cleared through Customs. If you want a faster USPS service, or if your package is over 64oz/4lbs, we do offer USPS Priority Mail International. USPS offers this service in destinations where the local Post Service is reliable such as in China, Canada, the UK and a large number of other locations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and beyond.

USPS First Class Tracking

Full package tracking is available in over 41 countries with USPS First Class Package International.

USPS international tracking

USPS international mail services go to Canada, Mexico, and more than 190 countries. ParcelsApp.com makes it easy to track packages and share USPS tracking numbers with your customers.

To track your USPS package, all you need is the package tracking number, which can be found on your USPS shipping label.

What can I do if my package hasn't been delivered?

First, please check the delivery standard for the mail class of your domestic item. You can find out the mail class by entering the USPS® Tracking number and looking up “Product Information.” Then compare your mail class and progress to what is found in the Mail Delivery Standards chart located in Delayed mail and packages?. The delivery standard chart indicates when your item should be delivered by and when we suggest you could email or call Customer Service regarding your item. Also, if your item has a status of “Alert,” a delay could have occurred because of weather-related and other natural disasters or events. In this case, please check USPS Service Alerts first.

How long does it take for international first class mail?

Using First Class Mail International, deliveries generally take between 7–21 days to arrive, although the USPS does not guarantee delivery dates or times. Mail may travel to its destination by ground, air or a combination of both.

Expected Delivery Window

When checking the status of your item, you may see a message about the Expected Delivery Window (ExDW). This window is a 2-hour slot of time when you can expect your package to arrive. Delivery within that time is not guaranteed, however, you may still receive your item by the end of the day if it does not arrive within the expected time slot. Check USPS Tracking® for updated information.

What can I do if my mailpiece hasn't been delivered?

First, please check the delivery standard for the mail class of your domestic item. You can find out the mail class by entering the USPS® Tracking number and looking up “Product Information.” Then compare your mail class and progress to what is found in the Mail Delivery Standards chart located in Delayed mail and packages?. The delivery standard chart indicates when your item should be delivered by and when we suggest you could email or call Customer Service regarding your item. Also, if your item has a status of “Alert,” a delay could have occurred because of weather-related and other natural disasters or events. In this case, please check USPS Service Alerts first.

How does USPS Tracking work?

The label of your trackable item is scanned several times throughout the mailstream, whether we possess it or one of our shipping partners does. Tracking can start as soon as the item’s sender or our shipping partner notifies us electronically that we should expect a package. It continues with USPS accepting the package for transit and ends when the item is delivered or picked up by the recipient or the recipient’s agent. Throughout this process, you can access this tracking information in a variety of ways through the USPS Tracking number associated with the item.

USPS delivery tracking

The USPS offers both domestic and international services. The rate for sending a First Class Mail within the United States is $0.49 for the first ounce, as of 2014. Each additional ounce is charged $0.21. For large envelopes or flat parcels, the rate is $0.98 for the first ounce and $0.21 per additional ounce. Parcels and packages are charged $2.32 for the first three ounces and $0.18 per additional ounce. In addition to First Class Mail, the USPS offers Priority Mail Express for guaranteed overnight delivery to most locations and Priority Mail for non-guaranteed day-specific delivery within one to three days. Priority Mail is also available for First Class Mail and Standard Post for larger mail items and parcels.

While delivery within the U.S. is handled by the USPS, delivery outside the country is generally carried out by local mail services. For example, in the United Kingdom delivery of items sent with the USPS will be delivered by the Royal Mail. USPS’s international services include First Class Mail International, which was formerly known as Airmail. This class of service includes small packages weighing up to 1.8 kilograms or 4 pounds. First Class Mail International rates start from $1.15 for sending postcards, envelopes and flat mail items. Rates for sending an item with USPS’s First Class Package International Service for parcels start at $6.55. Actual rates depend on the destination, dimensions and weight of the item. Delivery times vary depending on the destination.

Other international services offered by the USPS include Priority Mai International, Express Mail International and Global Express Guaranteed. Priority and Express services can be used for sending items to almost every country in the world. Customs forms are generally required when sending all international mail, depending on the service level and the value of the item.

What does my tracking number look like?

  • USPS Tracking® 9400 1000 0000 0000 0000 00
  • Priority Mail® 9205 5000 0000 0000 0000 00
  • Certified Mail® 9407 3000 0000 0000 0000 00
  • Collect On Delivery Hold For Pickup 9303 3000 0000 0000 0000 00
  • Global Express Guaranteed® 82 000 000 00
  • Priority Mail Express International® EC 000 000 000 US
  • Priority Mail Express® 9270 1000 0000 0000 0000 00, EA 000 000 000 US
  • Priority Mail International® CP 000 000 000 US
  • Registered Mail™ 9208 8000 0000 0000 0000 00
  • Signature Confirmation™ 9202 1000 0000 0000 0000 00

What's In Transit means in USPS

If a shipment is “in-transit” then that means that carrier has scanned the package upon pickup and it is now en route to the end customer.

If a shipment stays ‘in transit’ for a prolonged period of time, it is possible it may have been delayed. There are many things that can delay an order past its original expected delivery date - poor road conditions, weather, and deliverability of the location are a few examples.

What's Out for Delivery means in USPS

This status indicates that the package has left the carrier’s facility and is on its way to the end customer’s destination address.

What's Delivered means in USPS

This status indicates the package has been delivered to the end customer. The package will have been dropped off and the tracking should note the delivery date/time.

If for any reason any package is unable to be delivered, one of the below statuses may be encountered:

  • Delivery Failure -This status indicates that the package was unable to be delivered for some reason (i.e.street number not found; no secure location available; no access; etc). Typically an order that fails to deliver will be returned to sender (explained below).
  • Return to Sender -This status indicates that USPS attempted to deliver the package to the customer but was unable to complete delivery for some reason - generally a carrier tries multiple times to deliver a package before processing a return to sender.

What does Return to Sender means?

This status is essentially the same as the domestic one, but it is important to note that packages sent back from foreign countries may incur duties and taxes for the return (vendors are responsible for any duties or taxes incurred for a return). Depending on the fees, it may be beneficial to have the package disposed of at the destination country and another one sent in its place - this is of course up to the vendor’s discretion.

Other Tracking Statuses

There are some uncommon tracking statuses that may be seen when checking a package’s tracking. A few examples include the following:

Damaged in transit - This indicates that the package was damaged while being delivered. For this, a claim would be filed through the carrier to receive some type of compensation.

Uncontrollable customs delay - This occurs when a package routed internationally is held up at customs for some reason. Typically there is not much that can be done in this scenario, except for having the end customer pay any outstanding duties or taxes.

Missed “In Transit” pickup scans (applies to USPS international) - Sometimes an internationally routed package sent via USPS can stay stuck “in transit” for a long period of time and then all of a sudden update to “delivered.” It is important to note that since USPS does not guarantee international tracking, packages sent out at this service level can lose tracking updates once it hits the destination country

Where do I find my tracking number?

Your tracking number can be found in the following places:

  • Your Post Office™ shipping receipt
  • Your sales receipt if you bought insurance at the Post Office™
  • Your email confirmation if you shipped from USPS.com
  • The shipping confirmation email you received from an online retailer
  • The bottom peel-off portion of your USPS Tracking® label

USPS Priority Mail International standard and Express Service

Priority Mail International is an affordable option when sending letters and parcels to more than 180 countries around the world. Delivery is typically within six to ten business days, depending on the origin and destination. Transit time between rural or remote areas may be longer. The service includes USPS Tracking and free package pick-up where available. Insurance cover may also be purchased to protect items for up to $5,000, depending on the destination country. Rates start from $29.25 at Post Office locations. The exact price will depend on the dimensions, weight and destination of the item being sent. The maximum weight for sending an item by Priority Mail International is 70 pounds.

A Flat Rate service is also available for Priority Mail International. Free shipping supplies including envelopes and boxes may be ordered online or picked up at a Post Office location. When ready, the item can be dropped off at a mail box or at a local Post Office. Flat Rate Priority Mail International is available for large and medium boxes weighing up to 20 pounds. Flat Rate Envelopes and Small Flat Rate Boxes are also available for consignments weighing up to four pounds.

Items send with Priority Mail Express International are generally delivered within three to five business days in most major markets. The exact delivery time will depend on the origin and destination of the item. Priority Mail Express International is available from $35.25 at Post Office locations.

The service includes a variety of features, including free shipping supplies. Boxes, envelopes and other shipping supplies can be ordered online or at a Post Office. The service also includes USPS Tracking at no additional cost. Priority Mail Express International also includes up to $100 insurance cover for documents and up to $200 for merchandise, as well as free package pick-up where available. Additional coverage may be purchased for up to $5,000, depending on the destination country. Guaranteed date-certain service and money-back guarantees are offered when sending items to Australia, China, France (excluding Corsica), Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Spain (excluding the Canary Islands) and the United Kingdom.

The Priority Mail Express Flat Rate option includes free envelopes and boxes for sending items to more than 180 countries. In addition to free shipping supplies, the service is available with no weighing or rate calculation when sending individual items. The envelope or box can be dropped off at a blue UPSP mail box or at a Post Office location. Priority Mail Express International Flat Rate Boxes are used for sending consignments weighing up to 20 pounds, while Priority Mail Express International Flat Rate Envelopes may be used for items up to 4 pounds.

USPS Global Express Guaranteed

Global Express Guaranteed is the USPS’s fastest international service. Delivery is typically within one to three business days, depending on the destination. Items send with Global Express Guaranteed are delivered in partnership with FedEx Express. Rates start at $51.50, and prices depend on the size of the item and the destination. Global Express Guaranteed includes free package pickup, where available. The service includes USPS Tracking and $100 insurance cover, although additional cover may be purchased.

USPS Business Solutions

The USPS provides a range of services to businesses, including cost-effective shipping services and bespoke business solutions. Business may purchase mail products including stamps and shipping services with free USPS Tracking at discounted rates from USPS.com. Where available, free package pick-up and Saturday delivery in addition to free shipping supplies delivered directly to businesses. The USPS also offers Direct Mail services, which is targeted and customised to individual businesses.

Most domestic and international services are available at discounted prices for businesses. The USPS provides three levels of service for businesses. A Negotiated Service Agreement offers the highest levels of discounts and is designed for companies that ship more than $1 million each year. The agreement creates tailored rates and services based on individual needs and requirements. Commercial Base and Commercial Plus pricing is available to high volume senders of lightweight packages. Commercial Base Pricing offers businesses basic discounts without a qualifying volume amount. Businesses simply register with the USPS. Commercial Plus Pricing is designed for shippers who send up to 5,000 First Class parcels or up to 50,000 Priority parcels each year. These senders qualify for discounted prices above Commercial Base Pricing.

USPS Contact Information

The United States Postal Service headquarters is located at 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC, 20260-0004, United States.

To find a local USPS location, visit www.usps.com/locator. The locator provides address details and contact information for Post Office locations and authorised service providers.

About USPS

The United States Postal Service delivers to nearly 153 million addresses across the country. Approximately 40 per cent of the world’s mail volume is handled by the USPS, which processed 158.4 billion pieces of mail in 2013. The agency also manages more than 31,000 retail offices and a fleet of over 211,000 vehicles. Each year, USPS mail carriers and truck drivers drive approximately 1.2 billion miles. The USPS receives no tax dollars for its operations and is not a government-owned agency. Rather, the USPS acts as a quasi-government agency with the exclusive legal right to deliver first-class and third-class mail. It also has special privileges afforded to government agencies, including sovereign immunity, eminent domain powers and powers to negotiate international postal treaties.

The USPS traces its roots to 1775 during the Second Continental Congress, where Benjamin Franklin was appointed the first postmaster general. The cabinet-level Post Office Department was created in 1792 from Franklin's operation and transformed into its current form in 1971 under the Postal Reorganization Act.

The first independent postal services in the United States were formed in the North American colonies of Massachusetts and Virginia. The first centralised postal service was created in 1691 with the North American Postal Service, although the USPS traces its roots to 1775 when the first postmaster general was appointed and the United States Post Office was created.

The USPS employed 626,764 workers (as of January 2014) and operated 211,654 vehicles in 2013. The USPS is the operator of the largest civilian vehicle fleet in the world. The USPS is legally obligated to serve all Americans, regardless of geography, at uniform price and quality. The USPS has exclusive access to letter boxes marked "U.S. Mail" and personal letterboxes in the United States.

The USPS has the largest civilian vehicle fleet in the world — about 260,000 vehicles (mainly Chevrolet / Grumman LLV, as well as new Ford / Utilimaster FFV). In an interview for National Public Radio, a USPS spokesman officially stated that while increasing the cost of gasoline by one cent, the US Postal Service spends an additional $ 8 million on fuel for its fleet [5]. This means that the park requires about 800 million gallons (3.03 billion liters) of fuel per year, which, in turn, entails costs of $ 3.2 billion, with an average gasoline price of $ 4 per gallon. Some rural postmen (Rural Letter Carriers) use private cars to operate.

FedEx and UPS compete directly with the US Postal Service in the area of fast mail and parcel delivery. Because of the postal monopoly, these companies are not allowed to deliver non-urgent (regular) letters, as well as use private and commercial mailboxes to the United States. These services also deliver packages that are usually larger and heavier than the USPS can accept, and, unlike regular mail, they put trace numbers on each package or package. DHL Express was the third major competitor until it stopped servicing domestically in February 2009.

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Download Parcels app for iPhone or Android to always know where your packages are, and get Push notifications when package tracking changes.

USPS tracking statuses

Status Description
Delivered Article has been delivered with a recorded time, location and date of delivery. We apologize if you have not received your item as indicated. If your tracking information shows that your package was delivered but you can't find it: Carrier may have placed it in a safer location, please check: Mailbox, Porch, Garage, Any area out of potential weather hazards, Exterior doors and any locations where the package could be placed.
Delivered, Parcel Locker
Delivered, Front Desk/Reception
Delivered, To Mail Room
Notice Left (No Authorized Recipient Available) An unsuccessful delivery attempt was made by your carrier today.
Acceptance
Customs Clearance
Processed Through Facility
Arrived at USPS Facility
Pre-Shipment Info Sent to USPS
Arrived at Facility
Shipping Label Created
Departed USPS Facility
Accepted at USPS Origin Facility
Customs clearance processing complete
Departed Post Office
Arrived at USPS Origin Facility
Departed Shipping Partner Facility
Shipment Picked Up
Picked Up
Arrived Shipping Partner Facility
Attempted Delivery Abroad
Arrival at Post Office
Arrived at Unit
Arrived at post office
Shipment Accepted
Attempted Delivery - Item being held, addressee being notified
Departed USPS Destination Facility
Arrived at USPS Destination Facility
Inbound Out of Customs
Incorrect Address - Addressee's address being verified
Released from US Customs
Processing Exception
Collect for Pick Up
Delivered, In/At Mailbox
Sorting Complete
Insufficient Address
Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
Refused
Tendered to Military Agent
Addressee requested later delivery - Item being held at addressee's request
Delivered, To Agent
Addressee not available - Will attempt delivery on next working day
Unclaimed/Max Hold Time Expired
Picked Up by Shipping Partner, USPS Awaiting Item
Missed delivery - Scheduled for another delivery attempt today
Incorrect Address - Item returned to sender
Departed USPS Origin Facility
Moved, Left no Address
Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item
Incorrect Address - Item forwarded / redirected
Does not meet customs requirements - Return to Sender
Return to Sender
Delivered, Garage or Other Location at Address
Addressee requested later delivery - Will attempt delivery on next working day
Undeliverable as Addressed
Pre-Shipment Info Sent to USPS, USPS Awaiting Item
No Access Your carrier was unable to deliver to your address.
Addressee not available - Scheduled for another delivery attempt today
Processing Exception, Regional Weather Delay
Held at Delivery Depot/Delivery Office
No Such Number
Addressee Unknown
Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
Acceptance (SSK)
Notice Left
Delivered, To Original Sender
Delivered, PO Box
Addressee cannot be located - Scheduled for another delivery attempt today
Return to Sender Processed
Available for Pickup
Arrived at Hub
Unclaimed - Item returned to sender
Arrival at Pick-Up Point
Held in US Customs
Held in Customs
Addressee requests own pick-up - Item being held, addressee being notified
Notice Left (No Secure Location Available)
Origin Post is Preparing Shipment
In Transit to Destination The item is currently in transit to the destination. Item is being processed or transported to your delivering Post Office™ facility. Additional tracking information will be available when it arrives at unit and is out for delivery. This scan may appear multiple times from the same facility and/or on different days as it is processed or in transit. Be assured that we are working to get this to you as soon as possible. If your item is running late, we apologize for the inconvenience.
Dispatched from USPS International Service Center
Missed delivery - Will attempt delivery on next working day
Item refused by addressee - Item returned to sender
Depart From Transit Office of Exchange
Payment of charges - Item being held, addressee being notified
Business Closed
Redelivery Scheduled
Accepted at USPS Facility
Held at Post Office, Retrieved from full parcel locker
Item wrongly directed - Item forwarded / redirected
Arrival at Transit Office From Exchange
Delivered, Individual Picked Up at Post Office
Forwarded
RECEPTACLE BLOCKED Carrier did not have access to mailbox to complete delivery.
Delivery status not updated Item arrived for delivery; however, it has not yet been processed for delivery.
Attempted Delivery - Scheduled for another delivery attempt today
Tendered to Postal Service
Departed
Delivered, Left with Individual
Item damaged - Item not delivered - Item being held, addressee being notified
Delivered, Individual Picked Up at Postal Facility
Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
Held at Post Office, At Customer Request
Delivered, Front Door/Porch
Attempted Delivery - Item forwarded / redirected
Arrived
Out for Delivery
Pre-Shipment Info Sent to USPS, USPS Awaiting Item. The U.S. Postal Service was electronically notified by the shipper on August 24, 2017 to expect your package for mailing. This does not indicate receipt by the USPS or the actual mailing date. Delivery status information will be provided if/when available.
In Transit to Destination. The item is currently in transit to the destination.
Departed USPS Regional Facility
Arrived at USPS Regional Facility
Delivered, Front Door/Porch. Your item was delivered at the front door or porch
Arrived at Post Office
Arrived at USPS Regional Destination Facility
Arrived at USPS Regional Origin Facility
Accepted at USPS Regional Origin Facility
Item Accepted/Picked Up for Initial Processing
Departed. Your item departed a transfer airport in DOMODEDOVO, MOSCOW, RUSSIAN FEDERATION.
Picked Up by Shipping Partner, USPS Awaiting Item.
Sorry - we don't recognise that reference number. Please check your reference number or try again later – it takes 24 hours for them to appear in our system.
Arrival at Delivery Office
Arrival at Sorting Center
USPS in possession of item
Pre-Shipment Info Sent to USPS, USPS Awaiting Item. The U.S. Postal Service was electronically notified by the shipper on August 2, 2017 to expect your package for mailing. This does not indicate receipt by the USPS or the actual mailing date. Delivery status information will be provided if/when available.