A description of the most common scan information that you may see when tracking a package is as follows:
- “Electronic Shipping Info Received” – This scan indicates that the shipper has notified the Postal Service™ that they intend to submit the item for processing and delivery.
- “Acceptance” –This scan indicates that a Postal Service employee has accepted the item at a post office or that the carrier has picked up the item at a customer’s residence/business.
- “Processed Through Sort Facility” – This scan indicates that the item has processed through and left a Postal Service processing facility. The item is currently in transit to the destination.
- “Arrival at Unit” – This scan indicates that the item was scanned at the final postal unit where delivery of the item will take place.
- “Processing Complete” – This scan indicates, for Delivery Confirmation™, Signature Confirmation™, and Express Mail® services, that the item has arrived at the Post Office™ for delivery.
- “Out-for-Delivery” – This scan indicates that the item has been given to a carrier for delivery to its final destination or placed in the customer’s Post Office Box.
- “Notice Left” – This scan indicates that the item is ready for pickup at the Post Office. If it is unclaimed after a certain number of days it will be returned to the sender.
- “Delivered” – This scan indicates that the item has been picked up by or delivered to the final recipient.
- “Refused” – This scan indicates that the item was refused by the recipient at the final delivery address and will be returned to the sender.
- “Forwarded” – This scan indicates that the item has been forwarded to a different address. This is due to forwarding instructions or because the address or ZIP Code™ on the item was incorrect.
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