Sorry, this is REALLY LONG.... I recently purchased a pink inclusion bracelet GM and had the package for me sent from the US on July 24th. The tracking number for it is EQ928733155US. On the 26th or so, the package arrived in Canada and entered customs as shown in the USPS.com website. Yesterday, on the 27th, on the CanadaPost tracking website, it claims that at 10:17 AM, "Attempted delivery. A delivery notification card was left with pick-up details", and at 4:02 PM, "Item successfully delivered to Receiver". The problem is, I did not have an attempted delivery since I was still home at 10:30 AM, and there was no delivery notification card left in my mail box. (Usually if no one is home, they leave a delivery card in your mail box, and you pick up the parcel at the post office). This morning, I went to the post office where I usually pick up my parcels and asked for help. The guy helping me looked in my record and said there were no packages for me recently. Also, the signatory name (stated on the tracking, he said it's a retail location code) is not even in Calgary (where I live)! So I am suspecting now that my package has been delievered to a city OTHER than Calgary. Very weird...signatory name. I looked at the two packages I sent to others, and under signatory name, one had the recipient's initials, and the other had the recipient's full name. And mine...a retail location code, RC0716?! On the tracking, my package was still at Etobicoke, ON on July 26 at 8:39 PM "Item is enroute to the Delivery Office"...and then the next morning on July 27 at 10:17 AM...it states it was delivered in Calgary. Could it be that it was accidentally delivered to someone in Ontario instead? Now, the odd thing is, when I look at the Delivery Confirmation Certificate, it says that my package has been delivered BUT the document lacks the most important thing: the signature of the receiver AND also the signatory name (this time it does not say the RC0716). It says, "Online signature not available. For assistance, please contact customer service at ...". For both packages that I sent out, one actually had the signature on the document, and the other says "A signature has been captured, however, the signatory has requested for the signature not be displayed on the website...". All this, yet on both usps.com and canadapost.com, it says that my package has already been delivered?! One more thing, on the USPS.com website, using the same tracking number, I requested a proof of delivery confirmation BUT after processing the request it states, "You requested this information prior to the delivery of your item. When your Proof of Delivery record is complete, it will be provided." ALTHOUGH on both tracking websites it states that my package has been delivered to the receiver. Guys, I am SO confused right now!! How come the signatory name is NOT in Calgary, when it clearly states on the package it is supposed to be in Calgary?? (The seller is sure she sent it to the right address, and I trust her too). Also, on both of the packages that I mailed out to others recently, when viewing the Delivery Confirmation Certificate, the Signatory name is not an RC number, rather, it is the receiver's full name or intials. Also, I was checking out the signatures and both documents have signatures available. Could it be that my package is still on its way to me, it's just that the tracking system is messed up, or is my package really lost forever?? *sigh* I don't know...customer service is closed on the weekends...I have to wait patiently until Monday to call them. I don't know what to do... This was not done on eBay, and I sent my payment through wire transfer, but I know I can trust the seller because we've had great communication and although I told her I still haven't received the package we've still kept in touch. I don't think that's an issue, because I think it's the postal service's fault, but the bracelet did cost me around $400 and if it's lost...well...I'll be short $400 and I don't think I'd be able to find another inclusion GM for this good of a price. Any advice, thoughts? Don't you think the delivery confirmation thingys are a little suspicious?