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Usps track and confirm not updating 2016

Has anybody in the history of time ever actually had anything show up on their website before it was delivered?If you are going to claim package tracking, then allow me to track my fucking package.

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It's worth the extra money to use a real shipping service.A registered Recipient tracked his USPS package on Packagetrackr then felt that USPS's delivery of this shipment (USPS tracking number: #:************4533) to LAS VEGAS, NV, US was Good. A registered Recipient tracked his USPS package on Packagetrackr then felt that USPS's delivery of this shipment (USPS tracking number: #:************4588) to LAS VEGAS, NV, US was Excellent.The delivery status of this shipment was At Least One Day Early.USPS is no longer federally funded by tax dollars, but that has been covered.So to the OP I suggest using UPS, which really isn't that expensive, or have your package delivered to work. So why can't the USPS buy the same software one of the private carriers use?Their commercial brag on package packing, but they don't use. Why they hell are my tax dollars going to support this "process"?

As a Letter Carrier, it always makes me chuckle when someone comments on their tax dollars funding my employment.

If USPS loses a package between the origin and the destination they will have no way of telling you where it went lost. Yesterday, at about a.m., i sent a small package by USPS Express Mail from San Diego to upstate New York. IWhat we've found here is that their tracking system isn't really tracking the package but rather confirming delivery.

This morning when i got out of bed, i checked online for the status of the package, and the USPS website ave me details of the package's departure from San Diego and its arrival in Syracuse. That's because unless the package was sent via Express Mail, then all you can get is Delivery Confirmation. If you look on the little green and white receipt that has the "tracking" number on it, it says "Delivery Confirmation" right at the top.

(Yuk yuk yuk.)Why they hell are my tax dollars going to support this "process"? Their commercial brag on package packing, but they don't use. USPS is no longer federally funded by tax dollars, but that has been covered.

I believe the OPs ire lies in the fact that while the USPS touts "package tracking" as a feature, what it really amounts to is delivery confirmation.

UPS's distribution system is set up so they can scan the package at each step.