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The drop is over, right? The "Drop Status" read 45 minutes not long ago, and now reads 1 hour left. What exactly does it mean if the drop is no longer an active one?
Mine said 1 hour last I checked and it now says 2 hours, my only guess is that its now counting time since the ending, just displaying it incorrectly. (like left instead of ago)
Clever thinking, makes sense! Consider this a bug report, massdrop<br /><br />On another note, does anyone know if i need to do anything if i know i probably won't be around to receive the package? I'm unsure/unfamiliar about/with the carrier used, so i'm not sure if they'd drop it off at the neighbors or ship it back (signed package?).
If you're in the US it'll arrive by USPS. Whether they drop it at your door or leave it at your neighbors or return it entirely depends on your situation. Do you live in an apartment? Is it enclosed/secure? Do packages typically get left in front of your door?<br />If you're in a house, it'll most likely get left by the front door or wherever packages are typically left.<br />I didn't have to sign for it but again, I'm in the US.
I should totally have specified where i live. the Netherlands, in a house. Packages being left at a front door is kind of unthinkable for me, i'd need it at the neighbors. I'll likely be gone for an extended period of time when I've estimated the package to arrive. Not having to sign for it is good. USPS shipping goes through a dutch carrier I'm well familiar with. Thanks for the reply!<br /> @Fulfillment_Guy <br />Thank you, but I'm unsure if you're trying to say that that is also the carrier you'll be using for the most recent drop. I've not used Fedex before, but based on preliminary googling, they don't offer luxuries like specified delivery instructions or alternative dates for anyone but Americans, and seem very keen to send shipments back when nobody answers the door. I guess I'll wait until I have a tracking number and see what I can do about it then.
Stefan, I'd shoot an email over to firstname.lastname@example.org,<br /><br />Nonetheless, to clarify, the carrier for the people waiting on the first group buy to be fulfilled (there were three shipments coming in from the manufacturer) had it delivered via Fedex International Priority. I can't comment on the second group buy but people who were in the first group buy and also in the first two of three fulfillment batches were shipped UPS MI (which means your local post office makes final delivery). Only the last batch of fulfillment for the first group buy went Fedex.