That awkward moment you file a “trouble ticket” with the US Postal Service to report that a package you tracked — that said it was delivered on June 11 — was not delivered.
And despite ticking the “contact by email” preference, they call and leave a message indicating that the package you tracked that said it was delivered on June 11 was not delivered on June 11 was delivered on June 11.
You read that right.
Post office tracking says package was delivered.
I contact post office to report package was not actually delivered.
Post office then contacts me to say post office tracking says package was delivered.
Package was not delivered.