They pickup their first scan at the foreign processing hub before leaving the country. I've had packages delivered with SC, but never received the sig.

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My buyers kept bugging me about not dropping off the packages. Be sure you check the tracking number though and not just through Amazon if there's an issue.

Are you checking the scans from your Amazon seller page or from the actual tracking page at the USPS website?

Amazon has been very delayed and incomplete in showing tracking on the site...

Complaining to USPS and/or your local postmaster can help sometimes.

Additionally, packages that are hung up in the system somewhere can often be magically dislodged by opening a case with their customer service.

and does this go for all services because I have many people getting stuff Express priority that are receiving them but there's no scan and some of them are expedited orders so its stressful. and does this go for all services because I have many people getting stuff Express priority that are receiving them but there's no scan and some of them are expedited orders so its stressful. I know that USPS can be sloppy with the scanning and tracking.

I've never had a situation when package is delivered and it is not scanned. I would say that their scanning is reliable about 95% of the time, but that other 5% of orders can be a real pain.

the better information can be gotten by entering the tracking number directly on the USPS website. I drop off at the local post office, sorting center PO, and get pickups from my house. The biggest lags I tend to see are on my Priority Mail International packages.

If dropped off without standing in line for an acceptance scan, they often don't get scanned at the PO. I regularly check tracking, looking at packages that have been on the road for 5 to 10 days. Sometimes it does not get recorded as delivered; sometimes it does not get recorded as being dropped off by me; sometimes it magically jumps from a sort facility on this coast to the customer's mailbox on the other coast without visiting any sort facilities in between.