It’s very likely that Amazon sometimes marks packages as attempted delivery mistakenly or even dishonestly. Amazon does not appear to have a widespread policy that would support such an action. But with so many deliveries and so many employees, it seems likely that dishonesty would sometimes be the outcome.
For many Amazon items, you can choose various shipping options. To ensure that a signature is required, choose the shipping option with that instruction in it. If such a shipping option isn’t available, then you can contact the carrier and request a hold on the item so that you have to pick it up from the carrier.
If your Amazon package arrives open and items are missing and/or damaged, then you should contact Amazon. They might not resolve the issue directly, but they will redirect you to the carrier and/or the police as needed. Ultimately, the resolution varies case by case, but there are actions you can take.
The message primarily means what you would expect. It is telling you that the delivery person physically handed the package to its recipient. Usually, it means the order has been delivered and is complete, but if you didn’t receive a package with this message, then you will need to contact Amazon for reconciliation.
If you get more items than you ordered, there are two ways for you to deal with the problem. You can contact Amazon and try to return (or purchase) the extra products, or you can hope they don’t notice. In either case, regulations in many countries protect you from being billed for items you didn’t specifically order.
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