Label/Receipt Number: LD00xxxxx831G B
Class: First-Class Mail International
Service(s): International Letter
Status: Inbound International Arrival
Your item arrived in the United States in ISC NEW YORK NY(USPS) at 12:19 AM on September 16, 2009. Information, if available, is updated periodically throughout the day. Please check again later.
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Inbound International Arrival, September 16, 2009, 12:19 am, ISC NEW YORK NY(USPS) Origin Post is Preparing Shipment
No it does not mean it has passed through customs yet my mom works at the post office and she did a little research at work for me and she found out that the "ISC NewYork" is customs and that is what is taking so long for it to get through because of all the packages they inspect so you are not out of the clear yet and neither am I mine have been there for 8 days so I am in the same boat like they said though just kick back fire it up and forget a bout it maaaaan. peace later and good luck to all of us that live in a country where we have to worry about this kind of shit.
Atitude takes 10 days form the time they send out the mail to when it arrives in my box...mail box.
Dibs on FDD's first blown usable glass....
25 days in isc. it sucks...
yeah its sucks because the us want to rule the world,think thrier are GOD. fucker...
My 1st order from attitude arrived in California a couple of days after the the New York sorting center. Didn't order stealth or anything. Shipping took a total of seven days. My second order hasn't arrived in New York yet, it's been six days. USPS tracking is crap though, I have had normal packages delivered without any tracking information being posted.
Did ISC New York (USPS) lost your package? Read this!
I may not be related to marijuana smoking, but I do receive collectibles via Registered Mail from other countries and lost a great deal of Registered Mail to thieves in ISC New York.
ISC (International Service Center, New York) since 2009 especially has become the infamous place for theft of foreign inbound (International mail that arrives into the U.S.) Registered Mail. We believe that the enactment of the following rule: www . thefederalregister . com /d.p/2009-04-02-E9-7373 (end).
Rules: International Inbound Registered Mail Procedures, » Federal Register [FR Doc E9-7373] [39 CFR PART 20] to no longer treat foreign inbound Registered Mail securely has been allowing possible corruption and mail theft in the International Service Centers throughout the United States.
If you can not assemble and view the above link please contact me (or Google the rule yourself) and I will send you it by personal message.
Therefore avoid sending Registered Mail to the United States (especially if value of the contents of your shipment is much more than US$40 or equivalent), because it is no longer safe
and no longer secure(d) once it arrives to the U.S.
And, PLEASE contact your local state senator, US Postal Inspectors, US Postal Inspector General and what's most important - contact Barack Obama (The President) at WhiteHouse.gov and express your concern about massive mail theft at the International Service Center ( ISC) NEW YORK (USPS). The more people do this, the more chance that this new Rule wil, be recalled and foreign inbound Registered Mail made secure again!
I lost numerous Registered Mail pieces arriving to USA from abroad and all of them ended up "getting stuck" at ISC New York for good. Also some outbound (destined to abroad) registered mail also has disappeared without the trace and some of it displayed tracking info as "Arrived at ISC New York" and no more news... I suspect, though not accuse, that some folks at the higher posts could be profiting from this m,ail theft scheme, since this new rule is very controversial in it's nature. Who wuld benefit from it? The thieves, that's for sure. Who else would benefit? No one, but those who want the overseas Registered Mail senders hurt. Perhaps it's a payback to all those countries who did not weant to raise the indemnity level from $45 to much more? And payback to those foreign postal authorities who never respond to USPS's lost mail inquiries? Well, but who gets hurt? The Americans! Except a handful of thieves, at USPS. The theft could be on relatively small scale, probably "just" 10% of Registered Mail stolen at ISC New York could account for millions of stolen R-mails and huge profits not only to the USPS thieves at ISC NY but to their masters who enacted this suspicious and totally unnecessary new rule in 2009.