Scanning and processing in the sender’s country, movement through the borders of various countries, delivery to the recipient country to obtain customs clearance, and then delivery to the local post office for delivery to the customer are all steps in the delivery of a package to the ultimate consumer. All of these phases are posted on the tracking websites, with notifications such as “transport leg completed,” “delivered,” and “delivered to recipient’s nation” being typical. In such a scenario, the simplest approach to verify is to contact your local post office and provide them with your tracking number. If they indicate it was delivered, check your mailbox or residence to see if someone else picked it up on your behalf. If the post office says they don’t know anything about your shipment, you’ll have to wait till it’s transferred from international to national channels.