Basically, Courtney T. Kniert of Executive Customer Relations lost a customer by her refusal to read what I was saying and actually work with me. Instead she wanted to get potshots in and little digs here and there. Courtney would rather blame a hurricane than admit that amazon and the USPS’ tracking is flawed.
It’s November 6rd. 20 actual days since I ordered the item (counting Sunday to Sunday) and 15 business (M-F but I had to count today with it) as well as 17 days (Mon-Sat) since they supposedly shipped it out. Please note, that amazon lists 4-14 business days as a ‘typical’ delivery time. The seller claims it was shipped on October 18th and it’s set for delivery no later than Nov. 8th
The problem is both amazon.com and the USPS show..well hell..here…I’ll upload the pictures.
From amazon itself:
Date Time Location Event Details
October 24, 2012 — US Shipment has left seller facility and is in transit to carrier (No carrier tracking?)
The U.S. Postal Service was electronically notified by the shipper on October 24, 2012 to expect your package for mailing. This does not indicate receipt by the USPS or the actual mailing date. Delivery status information will be provided if / when available. Information, if available, is updated periodically throughout the day. Please check again later.
So if the USPS wasn’t notified until October 24th to expect it for delivery why would they say it was shipped out on October 18th
Over all, I will NEVER by from amazon again. I will go to Barnes and Noble or ebay from this point forward.