If your parcel status is in transit late means your parcel is running late from delivery time and not delivered on time. your parcel may be stuck in transit for many reasons like loss, damage, system failure, weather, the package being misplaced, mislabeled, etc.
First Class parcel Services: 1 to 3 business days. Priority Mail: 1, 2, or 3 working days. Priority Mail Express: 1 to 2 calendar days (this delivery standard is insured for Priority Mail Express) USPS Retail Ground: 2 to 8 business days.5:00 p.m. local time Monday through Saturday
What does “In Transit, Arriving Late” mean for a USPS package?
it means your USPS parcel is late from your delivery time, it’s scanned but hangs somewhere in the middle. There are many possible reasons, like weather, misplaced, wrong dleivery, etc. We suggest waiting for at least 5 days before contacting USPS support. After that, they will help to find your parcel
Why was my “In Transit, Arriving Late Package Delayed?
Here are some main reasons for package delay
– Bad weather
– Traffic accidents or roadblocks
– Customs delays
– An unexpected increase in deliveries
– Shipment lost
– Delivery Without Status
When will my “In Transit” Arriving Late” package arrive?
The best way to track your parcel is to track the live location of your parcel here. you can find an estimated delivery date at bottom of the tracking page.
What to do if I get the “In Transit Arriving Late” notification from USPS?
If you get this notification from USPS, you should wait for at least 5 days before contacting USPS support, and if after 5 days the parcel is not delivered you should contact USPS support via their website or phone, or email and ask them for your parcel.
What to do if this USPS status hasn’t changed for more than a month?
In this case, USPS lost your parcel somewhere or you can file a missing mail request or request for a refund.