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I told her the packages were paid for but wasn’t CERTAIN if I could just drop them in the collection box because of the “No stamped mail over 13 oz.” rule.She looked at me as though I’m an idiot for even asking that question and replied “YES…YOU COULD HAVE”, and in an annoyed and reluctant manner took my packages for me. rule only applies to packages that bear stamps as postage. So I just sold another book over a week ago, and decided to drop it in the collection box OUTSIDE the post office.Several of my packages weighed much more than 13 oz. The tracking status doesn’t even show that the package has been received by USPS and hasn’t been updating.I’m starting to worry, because I would assume if there was something wrong with the package it would have already been returned to me.I’m certain the package had more than enough postage applied, and it was packed the same way I packed all my other shipments.Is it too early to contact the buyer at this point?I’m just concerned that they are probably wondering why the tracking status states their order still hasn’t even reached USPS.I’m a relatively new seller so I’m not looking forward to receiving negative feedback.I’d also like to add that I recently attempted to have my own USPS carrier pick up my packages at my home.He picked them up and they were both in the tracking system and in transit before midnight that same day.Edited by: mrhans84 on Apr 10, 2013 PM Edited by: mrhans84 on Apr 10, 2013 PM Hi, Don’t panic yet and there is no need to contact your buyer at this point.