Where is my Package?

Solutions to all common package shipping issues and other tracking statuses.

USPS Tracking makes it easy for you to track your package from multiple carriers online. To check the status of your cargo, simply enter the tracking number provided by the United States Postal Service (USPS). With just a few clicks, you can quickly view the most recent delivery status of your shipment with our package tracking service.

To track all of your packages delivered by the United States Postal Service, use our tracking services.

When you track your package on the USPS website, you'll see a wide variety of tracking statuses at different times. Here's a list of the most common ones, and what they mean.

Package Status 




Your package was successfully delivered by USPS, and the delivery time and date were captured by a delivery scan.

- The carrier might have put it in a more secure spot, so double-check Mailbox. Check your mailbox once more because occasionally parcels arrive apart from your regular mail. Check your mailbox again as some packages come separately from your regular mail.

- Verify with anyone else who may have taken it in your home.

- Rarely, a package may appear as "delivered" yet actually take an extra 24 hours.



NOTICE LEFT is an attempt to deliver an order to the recipient, often at the specified customer address.

This typically occurs for one of two reasons: Either the customer was unable to accept the purchase in person or the delivery person was unable to leave the order in a safe place (to ensure the customer receives it).

- Plan a Redelivery

- The following working day, you can pick up your mail item at the Post OfficeTM location listed on the notice. You must bring in the reminder left by the carrier as well as a valid photo ID.


The item has arrived for delivery, but delivery processing has not yet been completed.

- Inquire with USPS Customer Service.

- Pop Down to the Post Office

- Wait a Few Days for Movement


It indicates that when the mail carrier tried to deliver the mail while he was there, something was blocking the mailbox. Simple obstructions like a car or trash can could have prevented the mailbox from being delivered. 

- Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of delivery OR utilize Postal Locator to arrange for a pick-up at a Post OfficeTM location near you.


If you get this notification, it signifies that the USPS attempted to deliver your shipment but was unsuccessful due to unforeseen circumstances.

Perhaps inclement weather caused trees to fall or obstructed the road, making it challenging for USPS employees to reach your front door.

- Purchase a porch camera

- Watch for deliveries and check to see whether your USPS postal carrier has already attempted to deliver your box by keeping an eye out for deliveries.

- Contact the Post Office in Your Area

- Reach Out to USPS Customer Service 


Your carrier was unable to deliver to your address.

When attempting to determine the cause of your USPS shipment's transportation delay, bear the following points in mind:

  • It can take 24 to 48 hours for tracking statuses to update.
  • Observe your anticipated delivery date. Wait a day, if you shipped Overnight and it arrived the next day. However, if it has been four days, then unquestionably something is wrong.
  • Distribution centers can be hundreds of kilometers apart. Consequently, the updating of the tracking information occasionally takes a few days, especially with slower USPS delivery options. But if you sent First Class or Priority Mail, it shouldn't take more than a day to update

- Contact The Recipient Immediately

- Contact Your Local Post Office

- Submit a Search Query Online

In order to locate your item, USPS will search its computer system and physical sites like the dead letter department (for damaged mail).

- Take Action

Inform the recipient as quickly as you can if your package can't be found. Do your best to make amends after that. Many customers are willing to accept a replacement item that is supplied right away..