If a UPS driver has completed the delivery, then the parcel's tracking status or a delivery notice (a UPS InfoNotice®) should indicate where the driver left the parcel. Customers should contact the sender of the parcel to initiate a trace process with UPS. The sender will then follow up with you.
You can file a claim on a parcel if it has not been delivered 24 hours after the expected delivery date and time. Before filing a claim, the customer should check all locations where the parcel could be placed and anyone who might have retrieved the parcel. If the customer is still unable to locate the parcel, the sender or the intended receiver can initiate a claim. For damaged parcels, shippers or receivers can initiate a claim, although UPS encourages the shipper to report parcel problems.
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