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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.

It is more expensive but has expedited brokerage which means your package will zip through customs and has the added protection of 0 free insurance coverage.

Additional insurance, if necessary, is automatically calculated and added to your order.

It was instated because consumers were laughing at them for not having tracking, and then going to UPS/Fed EX/Airborne even though it costs more. Anyway, USPS finally got with the 21st century (a while ago, but this is still relevant) and has tracking on some shipments. Like the moron I am, I keep checking for updates (something that UPS/Fed Ex/Airborne do the time) and nothing changes. This faux tracking is nothing more than a bureaucratic tease. I’m not sure how they decide who to ship with, the last time I selected “super saver shipping” (AKA free), they sent it UPS and I got lovely/timely meta data.

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

Insurance is automatically calculated and added to your order.

On monday i sent off a post parcel, just a regular padded parcel with the thing the person bought, with the package i got a tracking number.

To my surprise, said event didn’t happen, and in the evening the status had changed to “Delivery status not updated”. At that moment another status update will reflected that, and moments later you’re unwrapping your gift with a big smile on your face.

But with “Delivery status not updated” it’s not like that.

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.