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From: Diana (
Subject:         Wondering if your books arrived yet?........
Date: October 4, 2010 at 7:41 am PST

In Reply to: Missing Books posted by Deborah A. Thomas on September 21, 2010 at 8:51 am:

I mail a few hundred packages each year and media mail generally takes 7-10 days for me. I don't think I have had it ever take over 2 weeks. That said, the post office does warn that it can take up to 6 weeks, since it is not a high priority mail. Depending on where you live in the country, it can be thrown in a bin and sit there for a while. While it is not mandatory for the post office to check packages, they also do warn you that all media mail is subject to inspection. None of the post offices I use inspect media mail but obviously they do in some areas. The problem that some people have had in the past, is thinking that their package was opened by the post office and not repackaged well enough to reach the destination in good shape. I would prefer if they were to inspect the package, they would do it while I am standing there so I could retape/repackage the box myself. I do recommend that you ALWAYS purchase or have the seller purchase delivery confirmation and then you will know that the package was mailed and where it might be held up. I hope you have gotten your package in good order.

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