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    Need help with USPS parcel

    Well my parcel is still missing so does anyone know who looks after USPS parcels in Khon kean as A dip shit that told me he had tracking now doesnt and now 680 USD worth of bike parts are missing
    The parcel did arrive on the 6th of August but has no tracking afetr that

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    If you still have the chit, you can track it online yourself. Go to UPS Global Home and put in the shipment number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigger
    680 USD worth of bike parts are missing The parcel did arrive on the 6th of August but has no tracking afetr that
    Keep an eye about town for any suspiciously modified Honda Dreams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Burr
    If you still have the chit, you can track it online yourself. Go to UPS Global Home and put in the shipment number.
    I do have the tracking number but it was only good until it landed here in Thailand

    I think thats a different carrier or are they the same USPS and UPS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Burr
    Go to UPS Global Home and put in the shipment number.
    I don't think the US Postal Service is the same as UPS mate.

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    Sorry, I thought rigger made a typo and was referring to UPS. I'll just shut-the-fuck-up then.

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    Standard USPS packages (registered or not) get lost there is no tracking them once they leave the country. Good luck
    Repeat after me
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    Express mail costs a tad more, but it usually makes it.

    USPS= United States Postal Service

    UPS= United Parcel Service..

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    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie
    Standard USPS packages (registered or not) get lost there is no tracking them once they leave the country. Good luck
    Maybe it is as it shows the item entering Thailand

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    I always use DHL for parts coming from the USA. I have them first shipped to a post service mail handling service where they repack it minus the invoices. I have it sent to me prepaid freight with a minimum value declaration.
    This way I avoid the exhorbidant thai duty on the parts and frieght. DHL has a good tracking system and reliable delivery here. I've done it a few times now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigger
    Maybe it is as it shows the item entering Thailand
    And That is the end of the trail...

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    Rigger, why not go to the main post office Khon Kaen and ask, have had to do this in the past myself

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    I had this done yesterday and they didnt have it so now I am getting someone to check the Nongbualamphu post office. I also have spoken with USPS via email and they are tracing their handlers here in Thailand from their end. I will be taking this further even if I get the parcel back or not. Just to see if I can shake up the local post offfice as all the parcels I have lost in the past have been shipped by USPS.
    I told the company that I will need tracking on the item and they told me they had it all under control.
    Well its not to late really some times they take a couple weeks even after arriving in Thailand so it still may be coming from udon or nongbaulamphu

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