The united states postal service keeps lying to me.?

this is the second package now that the USPS tracking service has told me was delivered when it wasn't. I've heard that their package tracking system is a little shotty and will tell you weeks after it was already delivered that it was delivered, which kind of makes sense, they're just being lazy. But it doesn't really make sense to say somethings delivered before it actually was.

is this normal? I'm pretty sure ill just get it tomorrow, but I'm just wondering if this is common, and why it would happen.

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  • 8 years ago
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    I've never had that problem. A number of times I'll see the status "Out for delivery" and the truck leaves my mail but no package. In a postal sub-station, the clerks in the back will usually sort packages by throwing them into a grid of hampers, each hamper positioned for a particular delivery route. Sometimes the throw isn't quite good enough, and a package winds up in the wrong hamper, thus wrong truck and goes out for a ride and comes back at the end of the day, and gets delivered the next day.

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