May.22.2017 Package shipped 523560,China
May.27.2017 Package arrived in Canada, sent for processing
May.29.2017 Item Processed
June.01.2017 Item delivered to Calgary
Jun 1st, 2017 3:04 pm
Jun 1st, 2017 3:21 pm
Yes, it looks like it might help - I received 3 orders recently all of them came in 2 week period ( one in 9 days, two others in 11 days from shipping date)
Jun 1st, 2017 3:28 pm
Smart-ass sellers would rather list their items with express couriers to Canada. So if you like to buy some stuff for $1-10 you would have to add $20-40 for shipping. Eventually someone will get caught by not paying too much attention to shipping fee.
Jun 1st, 2017 3:54 pm
You didn't say much. What country, courier, type of shipment and what kind of tracking number - 11, 13 or 16 digits?
Jun 1st, 2017 5:11 pm
It comes from Spain, it has been sent as a regular package (13kg, so I don't know how can they lose that) and the tracking number is CC009742359ES. I have checked the website you suggested, and the info is the same one as in Canada Post/Correos: Package has left country of origin (on the 11th, it was shipped on the 9th).nixrfd wrote: ↑Jun 1st, 2017 3:54 pmYou didn't say much. What country, courier, type of shipment and what kind of tracking number - 11, 14 or 16 digits?
Try this first - http://trackitonline.ru/?tn=XX999999999YY where XX999999999YY is your tracking number. Usually parcels from Europe come in 2-4 weeks.
At least I received two unregistered parcels in 20 days from Lithuania.
Good luck contacting customs - I would say it's just a waste of time. Although in some cases (if you know for sure your parcel stuck there) it might help but don't quote me on this one.
Jun 1st, 2017 5:37 pm
Jun 1st, 2017 7:03 pm
Arnycus might be right - It looks like it was shipped by water taking into account the weight of the package. Still it's less than 4 weeks. And today is exactly 3 weeks since it was shipped.Mitama wrote: ↑Jun 1st, 2017 5:11 pm... as a regular package (13kg, so I don't know how can they lose that) and the tracking number is CC009742359ES. I have checked the website you suggested, and the info is the same one as in Canada Post/Correos: Package has left country of origin (on the 11th, it was shipped on the 9th).
Jun 1st, 2017 8:41 pm
Jun 1st, 2017 9:51 pm
Imagine you have a big warehouse and sometimes too much stuff comes in. You're trying to find the room for new stuff and sometimes stack the new stuff over the old one. Sometimes you keep track what comes first and what comes last. And sometimes you don't because you're tired or you don't care. Sometimes you process the stuff in FIFO format and sometimes it goes in FILO format. Get the idea? Well, it's how CP works.
Jun 2nd, 2017 1:11 am
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Jun 2nd, 2017 1:02 pm
Same here - no arrival scans lately (with rare exceptions, but packages are coming somewhat faster), checking with TrackChecker software, as it maintains ordered package database. When an airline scans a delivered container, its shipping manifest gets published to tracking websites though either the airline DB or sender's Post DB like China Post. Technically this data is for internal use only, and CP may at least kindly ask partner carriers to withdraw its publishing. Of course they might do it to block leaking any evidence showing how long shipments stay at backyard before processed. It may be hard to subpoena this data from foreign airlines and posts, but CP own internal backyard scans can be. Not sure though, whether CP only scans containers when they start processing them, but generally they should scan every arriving container, unless they rely on airline data which I doubt.