Post Office Tracking Scam

After an investigation I found out the Post Office give the public computer generated tracking information that does not always reflect the package location. What they do is estimate where the package should be due to how containers are moved, not checking or scanning that the package is in the container. A package may not be in the location that the tracking information is telling you. Basically the package is scanned when the Post office receives it and when it goes out for delivery. All the other tracking locations are just a guess. The public needs to know what the post office is doing so it can plan accordingly. Just like most government organizations the Post Office gives false information to appease the public.

Dansette