Quick Answer: Where Do Lost Packages From USPS Go?

Who pays for a lost package?

The buyer will either want a refund or a replacement product.

Either the buyer or the seller can reach out to the USPS (or other carrier).

The package carrier is able to open a claim to try to locate your package, or an insurance claim to cover the insured value of your package..

Is the post office responsible for stolen packages?

Just two-day shipping. UPS, DHL and USPS all said that if a package was delivered to the right address, they’re not responsible. FedEx responded by sending tips to protect your parcels. “If loss, damage or missing contents occur to any parcel after delivery by the Postal Service, indemnity will not be paid.

What do I do if USPS says delivered but no package?

Contact your local USPS post office. Make sure you contact your LOCAL post office, and not the USPS hotline. Your local post office will be able to provide quicker, and better service. Ask who delivered the package, and ask for the details of that day’s delivery.

What does USPS tracking say if package is seized?

Usually when a package shows that it was seized by law enforcement, it means that there was something suspect in the package. … They are arranging a “controlled delivery” of the package. (Basically meaning that instead of a USPS delivery driver at the door, it will be a cop asking for your signature on the package)

What happens if USPS loses your package?

If your USPS lost package was insured, you should be able to get a refund directly from USPS. If your USPS package was stolen, you should be able to go through the seller to receive a replacement or refund.