Purolator Tracking "PLEASE CALL 1 888 SHIP-123 OR 1-888-744-7123 FOR INFORMATION ON THIS SHIPMENT."

TRACKING DETAILS

PIN     xxxxxxxxxxx
Status     PLEASE CALL 1 888 SHIP-123 OR 1-888-744-7123 FOR INFORMATION ON THIS SHIPMENT.

I know this is not really tech related but I order a lot of hardware on-line these days and once I had a delivery by Purolator.

I didn't get anyone on the phone at Purolator after a few minutes so I gave up, but it turns out that the person on the phone or the system will tell you to check the website, so you can disregard that message. 

It should really explain the following that I do:

I received my tracking number first thing in the morning but it wasn't until the evening that this message above disappeared.  Basically it turns out that if you get this message the package has not entered the Purolator system, AKA the package was not picked up by Purolator.


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