I’m sure this must have been asked before, but I can’t find the answer.
I live in a rural area and rely heavily on Amazon, Ebay and other online retailers for many of my purchases. It’s a 45 minute drive into town,even in good weather, and there’s no guarantee the stores are going to have what I am looking for.
Both UPS and USPS send me an email saying that my package is arriving today. When I click on the email I can see where the package is, and where it originated from, but what I really want to know is what’s in the box.
Since Amazon, Ebay and other online retailers initiate the shipment they could easily pass a link to the carrier that shows me which order is arriving. Granted an order may contain multiple items and not all will arrive at the same time, but at least I would have some idea of what the shipment may contain, versus having no clue.
Perhaps there is a good reason not to include the order information in the email I get from UPS/USPS, but I can’t think of what that might be. Any ideas?