If you’re expecting a delivery but don’t have a physical address, you can have your mail sent to a post office box. Here’s how to track a delivery to a post office box.
The U.S. Postal Service is the only business that delivers shipments to post offices. Utilizing USPS Online, the USPS Online track and confirm tool, you can monitor the shipments your company has sent to a P.O. box or the shipments you expect to receive from your own box.
- Note the tracking number you received during shipping if you were the one who sent the package. Contact the person who sent the package to provide the tracking number if your company has been the beneficiary of the shipment.
- Visit the homepage of USPS.com. Enter the tracking number for the package into the “Track and Confirm” field on the right-hand part of the page.
- Press”Go” or click the “Go” option to display the full tracking details on the shipment. Make a note of all tracking details on Express Mail packages sent to P.O. boxes. Other USPS mail services like Priority Mail and First Class Mail will display only the delivery details.
In conclusion, tracking a delivery to a post office box is easy to do and only requires a few simple steps. With a little bit of effort, you can be sure that your mail will arrive safely and on time.