- Sep 20, 2008
This is basically what I'm saying...I looked on it since the day he gave it to me.
It's not a tracking number. This is just a number that tracks the customs form and I've searched all around the net about it and that's what everyone said me.
"This only proofs that A package was posted and accepted this day with unknown destination and with unknown sender/reciver"
that's only to inform the sender that the custom form was OK and accepted, nothing about the package itself.
1) a package that has a (Label/Receipt Number: LC64 3212 542U S supplied
to you by Jake) was handed and accepted at the Post Office
(at 3:29 PM on May 5, 2009)
2) we know it was sent from PORT CLINTON, OH 43452 which just happens to be Jake's
City...State... and Zip Code... (could be your package we don't know)
3) not true... it shows a First-Class Mail International Package Accepted at the Post
Office..... Nothing more...
4) since there is no other info provided by USPS... there is the possibility
that the package was lost by USPS or the Spanish Postal System...
I've had problems in the past with packages shipped to Spain....