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  1. ...will need to file a police report and report the stolen package to the US Postal Inspection service .

    3 Answers · Business & Finance · 12/06/2009

  2. ...the price of FedEx or UPS. Here is what your tracking # says: Your item left the United States from SAN FRANCISCO at 5:11 AM on December 18, 2007...

    1 Answers · Local Businesses · 07/01/2008

  3. ...you probably won't. That being said, USPS tracking stats are not quite up to UPS or Fed-ex standards yet...

    6 Answers · Business & Finance · 07/01/2008

  4. The United States Postal Service is actually an independent agency of the federal government and is therefore...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 11/09/2015

  5. ...filler, etc. Be sure you insure it for the full amount and get a tracking number. UPS is usually more expensive.We... for free. Never used this site for this service .

    3 Answers · Business & Finance · 25/07/2008

  6. USPS doesn't have real tracking like UPS. Their services are more of a confirmation of delivery. It really wouldn't do you any...

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 27/10/2007

  7. Didn't they give you a tracking number? The USPS website is great at keeping...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 08/07/2010

  8. Unless the item was shipped by Express Mail with the USPS, you won't get updated tracking . Delivery Confirmation is not a true " tracking service ".

    2 Answers · Local Businesses · 12/11/2009

  9. The USPS is now partnering with UPS and Fedex for some delivery and pick up of packages. It is a type of outsourcing.

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 02/02/2013

  10. The simple answer is that you can't. The USPS processes nearly a billion pieces of mail a day therefore finding one particular package without a tracking number is highly unlikely.

    4 Answers · Local Businesses · 01/05/2007

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