• all that is possible, nnaybe you should talk to the post office about it
  • If the sender used "mail innovations" or similar service from UPS or Fedex, the item may display as delivered, when it actually means it has been accepted at the post office. It will probably then show up on your next delivery day.
  • That happens to me occasionally. I think the delivery company knows that it's not going to make it on time and they click "Delivered.". I usually get my package a day or two later. If after the 3 days from estimated delivery date, I report it.

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