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Ivy product did not arrive. Makes sense?


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I ordered two months ago. Does it make sense that a product whose shipping was free when he left China arrived in the country within 3 days? It's a small $ 2 product but has not yet reached my home

Does it make sense what is happening here in the tracking tracking or did the Chinese seller work on me and not ship the product at all? https://www.4tracking.net/iw/t/#nums=SY14066109926

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Yes, that makes sense.

If this is something that is essential for you to get a refund on, you will open a dispute before 60 days of buyer protection expire, after 60 days it is a nightmare to move eBay.

In such a situation, that the follow-up shows that the problem is the shipping company's fault, both you and the seller will get a credit (if he knows how to carry out the process with eBay, most Chinese do not know and there is no point in trying to explain to them) either way you should not feel uncomfortable. 

 

Currently AliExpress shipments shipped from Cainiao arrive much faster (2-3 weeks) than regular shipments from China - which usually happens with eBay. (Two months +).

Mail bypass packages that eventually arrive in Israel at HFD are also lost in Israel. (Exlot and email) 

I get decades of packages every month ...

 

 

 

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Does it make sense what is happening here in the tracking tracking or did the Chinese seller work on me and not ship the product at all?

The chance that he worked on you and did not ship the product is nil. It is not at all surprising that deliveries by mail Get lost..

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Yes, that makes sense.

If this is something that is essential for you to get a refund on, you will open a dispute before 60 days of buyer protection expire, after 60 days it is a nightmare to move eBay.

In such a situation, that the follow-up shows that the problem is the shipping company's fault, both you and the seller will get a credit (if he knows how to carry out the process with eBay, most Chinese do not know and there is no point in trying to explain to them) either way you should not feel uncomfortable. 

 

Currently AliExpress shipments shipped from Cainiao arrive much faster (2-3 weeks) than regular shipments from China - which usually happens with eBay. (Two months +).

Mail bypass packages that eventually arrive in Israel at HFD are also lost in Israel. (Exlot and email) 

I get decades of packages every month ...

 

 

 

I was suspicious because I realized that regular shipments from China by Ivy arrive in the country by ships and not by flights and on the website I sent of the tracking, it is written that the product landed in the country only 3 days after leaving China. It does not make sense 

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The mail is in a catastrophic state at the moment. Until a few months ago Never I did not lose a package in the mail, after more than 10 years of online orders, and there were only two cases where I remember packages being delayed beyond two months.

 

Right now I have three Packages ordered in November and not yet arrived - 2 from Europe and one from the USA. Also twice They arrived Packages without the tracking number being scanned properly (they still appear as if they are on the way).

 

November-December seems to have been the most problematic period. Because while I have packages since not yet received (may have been lost), packages I ordered in late December - January have already arrived. Just two days ago I collected two almost identical packages - both shipped from England one in mid-December and one in mid-late January, and arrived almost together.

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The mail is in a catastrophic state at the moment. Until a few months ago Never I did not lose a package in the mail, after more than 10 years of online orders, and there were only two cases where I remember packages being delayed beyond two months.

 

Right now I have three Packages ordered in November and not yet arrived - 2 from Europe and one from the USA. Also twice They arrived Packages without the tracking number being scanned properly (they still appear as if they are on the way).

 

November-December seems to have been the most problematic period. Because while I have packages since not yet received (may have been lost), packages I ordered in late December - January have already arrived. Just two days ago I collected two almost identical packages - both shipped from England one in mid-December and one in mid-late January, and arrived almost together.

 

Wait a minute so I understand ... you're claiming mail not functioning?

We will not move.

 

 

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Laugh, laugh, but like I said (and I have a lot of experience in years of orders from abroad) - most of the time mail Function for me just fine. There was something very unusual in the months of November-December, probably due to an increased load that combined the usual load of year-end bookings (Black Friday + holidays) plus the corona closures.

 

In all the years I have heard horror stories on the mail, so far I have never experienced them about myself. I assume that there can be significant differences in the quality of service at the level of a city and even at the level of an area / branch.

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And here's another package shipped from Europe in November arrived two days ago. There are currently 2 more long-delayed packages - one from late November from Europe, one from mid-December from China.

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There's some shop That I ordered from her in the sand. Out of 5 deliveries that go through properly 1 always "disappears" and finds it after two months or more after already taking the credit from the store and because it happened several times they stopped shipping to the country completely for a few months and then switched to paid delivery compared to the free one that was promoted.

Always inventions to come pick up from the post office that has nothing to do with my branch on the other side of town. You will receive a second message in the mail and a week later you will receive the first message after you have already collected. Not to mention the horrible queues ... that's how you try to save money and pay on time.

In fact, the Ali Express works best and the fastest there are no pallets, but it is a choice of products

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I adopted the habit of asking every seller on EBAY to write down my phone number along with the address. 90% of them do it, and that's how I get an SMS from the post office as soon as the package is with them and does not have to depend on the postman who decides when he wants to distribute the messages and when not.

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There are sellers who do not allow them to be left with such a comment but by and large it is a method that works and I do it too. There are tens of thousands of packages that are lost in the mail and do not return to a really interesting sender what to do with them 🤔

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I adopted the habit of asking every seller on EBAY to write down my phone number along with the address. 90% of them do it, and that's how I get an SMS from the post office as soon as the package is with them and does not have to depend on the postman who decides when he wants to distribute the messages and when not.

I did not tell them that and they wrote down my address and phone number always in all the years I booked at Ivy without asking. They take the details you entered when you opened your Ivy account

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There are sellers who do not allow them to be left with such a comment but by and large it is a method that works and I do it too. There are tens of thousands of packages that are lost in the mail and do not return to a really interesting sender what to do with them 🤔

 

Once in a while mail Makes an auction of all these packages.

In theory they are supposed to post it so people know when it's happening and can get there.

in practice? They publish it in some type C newspaper that no one reads and it turns out that only those who know the details come to this sale.

I will let you guess for yourself who these same people are who know the details of the sale (need no more than guess 1) ....

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