Happened to me with a Graphics card too. It was literally at the post office up the street from me, I went in to get it and it said it was out for delivery. Got home and nothing, went back and they said it was at a post office now 30 miles away. over the next week it kept showing up at post offices farther and farther from my house. I called the company and said it looks like it was being returned to them, and I just wanted to cancel my order lol. It showed up at their delivery dock as I was talking to the guyPsshhh I had ostrich feather fans ordered last year for my wedding and I got the thing saying my package was delivered, umm.. no it wasn't. Then I called my po and apparently it had been returned to sender? Then I contacted the sender who had no knowledge of that, for two months it was missing and it finally arrived back at the sellers house after my wedding. Bye bye $300.
It is true that postal service delivery vehicles are the only ones with air conditioned/heated cargo areas. None of them have heat controlled trailers.I hope that the USPS will not go under. Maybe I am in the middle of less problematic routes but I have shipped hundreds of packages and only had a couple of problems.
I get the impression that the Postal Service averages fewer damaged packages and that they are exposed to fewer extremes of temperatue.
that sucks, well if they find it you can have them send it to me we are expecting a baby soon :icon_winki sent my nephew in CA a box full of newborn stuff about 4 months ago. my brother said he never recieved anything. a few weeks go by and usps sends us a letter with a crumbled up return address from the box saying sorry your package was destroyed by one of our machines, we are looking for your merchandise and we will get back to you within 20 weeks. Never herd back from them again. By now the baby wont even fit in the clothes