October 2, 2010 7:49 PM Subscribe
For some reason my local PO could not deliver two packages to my workplace. Should I write them off as forever lost? (Anon in case sellers mentioned use AskMeFi.)
posted by anonymous to grab bag (6 answers total)
In August I ordered some items through the Amazon marketplace and had them shipped to my work address so there'd be someone to sign for them. I work in an office suite building and I made sure to include the suite number in the address.
One package had a tracking number, the other did not.
For some reason the local PO decided to just send back the package with the tracking number because they claimed it was "undeliverable as addressed." The one without the tracking number seems to have been sucked into a black hole.
I contacted the sellers about the problem, and they said they'd keep an eye out for the returned packages. So far there's been no update from either of them. Should I contact them again? I don't want to seem like a nag, since I feel that USPS is at fault here (we get packages at work all the time, so I don't see how these two specifically could've fallen through the cracks.) I'd rather get my items than ask for a refund. Do I have any form of recourse here? Should I get Amazon to intervene, if possible?