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.
It means that the package is in transit, usually to its final destination. The carrier facility is the last hub that will receive your package before it is delivered directly to your address. That said, a package might go through more than one carrier facility before it goes out for final delivery to your doorstep.
This message means that the package is at a local distribution facility which is usually the last stop before the package is delivered directly to you. Carrier facilities are small distribution centers that are as common as local post offices. Once the package leaves this facility, you should receive it that day.
Are you puzzled when Amazon says arriving today but not out for delivery or not shipped? Or perhaps you’ve seen the status ‘arriving today by 10pm but not shipped’ and wondered what’s going on? You’re far from alone. We understand how perplexing these mixed messages can be. Maybe you experiencing the conundrum of your ‘package … Read more
Many states have laws that prevent e-commerce stores from charging for a purchase until it’s shipped. 5 other reasons are: item was purchased with an Amazon gift card, purchase was canceled by the seller, item was purchased on another card, cost of the item is much less, and purchase was flagged as suspicious.