Delivery time to any location is 12 days after payment confirmation.

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Tracking codes take 5 to 10 business days to be passed on to you, the customer.

United States Postal Service (USPS) delivery times can vary considerably depending on the type of postal service chosen by the sender and the delivery destination.

Delivery Attempt: Initially, the postman or delivery person will attempt to deliver the package to the recipient's home or business. If no one is present to receive the package, the delivery person will usually leave a notice of attempted delivery, which may be a printed notice or a notice placed in the mailbox.

Redirection Options: Notice of attempted delivery will usually provide information on how the recipient can redirect delivery or schedule a second attempt. USPS offers options such as scheduling a new delivery date, redirecting the package to an alternate address (e.g., workplace), or asking for the package to be held at your local post office for pickup.

Post Office Pickup: If the recipient does not choose any of the redirection options and the package cannot be delivered on the second attempt, it will be taken back to the local post office. The recipient can then go to the post office to pick up the package in person. Generally, a written notice will be left in the mailbox indicating the pickup location and instructions.

Rescheduling Delivery: Depending on the postal service selected by the sender, USPS may offer the option to reschedule delivery of the package at a date convenient for the recipient. This can be done over the phone or online, following the instructions on the attempted delivery notice.

Delivery to Neighbors or Safe Location: In some situations, the delivery person may leave the package with a nearby neighbor if it is considered safe to do so and there are clear instructions to do so. Additionally, in areas where it is common, USPS may leave the package in a secure location designated by the recipient, such as a porch or package mailbox.

Return to Sender: If all delivery attempts are unsuccessful and the recipient takes no action to redirect the package or pick it up at the post office, the package may be returned to the sender if sender information is available on the package.

Exact policies and procedures may vary slightly depending on the specific service chosen by the shipper and current USPS guidelines. Therefore, it is advised that the recipient carefully read the attempted delivery notice to understand the options available and follow the instructions provided to ensure successful delivery.