Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Heiga, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    If it has changed by now, here is what it was

    Date/TimeActivityLocationDetails06/19/2009 06:23:00LOCATION SCANLOS ANGELES, CA, US06/19/2009 04:43:00DEPARTURE SCANREDMOND, WA, US06/19/2009 01:07:00ARRIVAL SCANREDMOND, WA, US06/18/2009 16:15:00DEPARTURE SCANROSEBURG, OR, US06/18/2009 13:00:00ARRIVAL SCANROSEBURG, OR, US06/18/2009 03:08:00DEPARTURE SCANWEST SACRAMENTO, CA, US06/17/2009 16:38:00ARRIVAL SCANWEST SACRAMENTO, CA, US06/17/2009 06:35:00DEPARTURE SCANLOS ANGELES, CA, US06/17/2009 03:58:00LOCATION SCANLOS ANGELES, CA, US06/17/2009 01:53:00LOCATION SCANLOS ANGELES, CA, US06/17/2009 01:04:00ARRIVAL SCANLOS ANGELES, CA, US06/17/2009 00:37:00DEPARTURE SCANBALDWIN PARK, CA, US06/17/2009 00:01:00ORIGIN SCANBALDWIN PARK, CA, US06/16/2009 20:24:32BILLING INFORMATION RECEIVED[M]

    The quickest land route from REDMOND to LOS ANGELES is around 1200 miles.

    If this package actually went from Redmond, WA to Los Angeles, CA in less than 2 hours, it would have to have gone over 600 miles an hour, which is faster than normal passenger and freight planes.

    So is this a glitch/bug on newegg or is ups actually using a plane to ship backwards just to waste my time?

    If I am somehow wrong, and Los Angeles is 2 hours away from Redmond, then please tell me,

    I live in a place you've never heard of, CANADA.
  2. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    Seems to be the only question in your post, so "No".
  3. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    Then what are they doing?!?
  4. outamyway

    outamyway New Member

    No idea but I seriously doubt the package is in LA.

    LA is the only place with a location scan. There were two location scans in LA while it was there. That is also what the last scan reads.

    Someone in LA doesn't know what they're doing?
  5. BrownEvo

    BrownEvo New Member

  6. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    Well it's in Richmond now, somehow, it should be heading to Edmonton any day/week now.
  7. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    Its out to Edmonton now, it should be around 3-160 hours away by now.
  8. Mike23

    Mike23 Guest

    If it's in Edmonton it'll be there...umm...I think the correct time would be when hell freezes over just like all deliveries in Alberta :D
  9. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    Well, that'll be between 3-136 hours from now!
  10. Overpaid Union Thug

    Overpaid Union Thug Well-Known Member

    This is nothing. You should see the tracking results for my packages from Apple that are going through DHL and are being "handed off" to the USPS.
  11. DS

    DS Fenderbender

    Your pkg will arrive on Tuesday June 23 at 4:45PM give or take...
    Mike23,ye of no faith!
  12. barnyard

    barnyard KTM rider Staff Member

    You took the time to register here instead of calling the 800#, really?!?!?!?!

    You know this is not a corporate website, right???
  13. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    I don't actually own a phone.

    So theres something worse than UPS?-- tell me more about this DSL you speak of.

    And if you can tell mike what time his package will arrive on, can't you tell me?
  14. silenze

    silenze Lunch is the best part of the day

    same thing happens with fed ex smart post.
    tracking info shows it sit at the nearest fed ex location for two days, then delivered to the local post office where it takes another two days to get to me.
  15. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    On the plus side, you did save a few $$ on the shipping...
  16. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    Couldn't you pick it up?
  17. outamyway

    outamyway New Member

    I've had a couple packages delivered FedEx home delivery in the last month. In both instances the estimated delivery time was changed twice.
  18. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    My supersonic package from ups had its estimate changed twice, now there isnt even one anymore.
  19. silenze

    silenze Lunch is the best part of the day

  20. Heiga

    Heiga Heiga

    that's still in the 3-160 hour mark