Question: What Do I Do If I Received Someone Else’S FedEx Package?

What to do with a FedEx package that is not mine?

Call FedEx Customer Service at 1.800.

463.3339 and say “Ground Return Pickup” to schedule a pickup.

Include them in a regular scheduled pickup.

Drop them off at a staffed FedEx drop-off location..

Is it illegal to open someone else’s FedEx package?

No, it is not illegal. No, it is not covered by any laws similar to those that cover the US mail. John’s answer correctly states that delivery to the address is sufficient for courier services to consider the package delivered, even in the case of a signature being required.

Who do I call if my package was not delivered FedEx?

Call 1.800. GoFedEx 1.800. 463.3339 and request a FedEx Ground® Call Tag.

Can you keep package delivered wrong address?

As long as the merchandise is addressed to you, you may keep it. If it is addressed to someone else, then you are obligated to make reasonable efforts to either return it or deliver it to the intended recipient.

What happens if FedEx delivers to wrong address?

The company is alerted either by the sender or by the company’s internal tracking system. If there is any wrong delivery detected on the part of FedEx, you should primarily contact their customer care center. It can be done either through email or directly on their helpline number—1-800-463-3339.

What happens if you keep a package that is not yours?

Companies will be alerted by the sender or their tracking system that the shipment wasn’t delivered to the right address. Even if you don’t alert them of the wrong delivery, they still might call your house or show up at your door asking where the package is.

Will FedEx pick up at your house?

FedEx Ground same-day pickup service is available in select areas (provided you request it before the cut-off time in your area) for FedEx Ground and FedEx Home Delivery® packages, excluding FedEx Ground return solutions. Select Schedule a Pickup or call 1.800. 463.3339 and say “schedule a pickup.”

Can you keep a package delivered to you by mistake?

The answer is yes and no, according to Citizens Advice. Items that firms send to you, but you didn’t actually order are called “unsolicited goods”. You’re well within your rights to keep them.

What do I do if my package says delivered but no package?

Contact your local USPS post office. Make sure you contact your LOCAL post office, and not the USPS hotline. Your local post office will be able to provide quicker, and better service. Ask who delivered the package, and ask for the details of that day’s delivery.