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On rare occasions, USPS or Fed Ex has had bad tracking numbers that do not update properly.Even in these instances, the package is almost always delivered at the correct destination.If a clerk has their scanner set to "Delivered" instead of "Accepted", then your tracking will show the "Delivered" status.
But the phrase "between a rock and hard place" comes to mind when considering the position online sellers find themselves when it comes to e Bay's requirements, the rock being e Bay, and the hard place being shipping carriers.
USPS experiences glitches in which it recycles tracking numbers - see this August news story - and the problem crops up periodically.
Last week, a reader wrote to me about duplicate tracking numbers:"A couple of months ago, I shipped 2 different packages (on different days) with tracking numbers.
I always find this really interesting, especially when the item travels across the US via all those destinations you didn’t even know existed.
The big day came when the status update read “Out for delivery”, which usually means it’s on my postman’s van, and I can expect the doorbell to ring any moment now. I did some investigating, and there’s a relatively simple explanation for this. First of all, here’s a screen grab of the tracking history: The first thing that’s weird about this delivery was that the package was sent from Opa Locka (one of the airports around Fort Lauderdale) to Miami, rather than Miami Beach (which is where I live). But hey, the next day it appears to have arrived at my local post office, and it’s out for delivery. Now, and in an ideal world, the postman delivers the item, and does a scan when he either leaves the packages at your door, in your mailbox, or hands it to somebody.