How can I track my package from FedEx?
Send an email to [email protected] with the tracking number and receive an email back within few minutes.
How do I track a FedEx package by reference number?
Track FedEx Express® shipments by reference number by going to the Tracking page and using the Track by Reference field. Track FedEx Ground® shipments by reference, purchase order or invoice number by selecting the corresponding tab on the Tracking page.
Can I track FedEx by delivery address?
FedEx tracking by address is available, but you can’t access this information online. You’ll need to contact FedEx customer service during regular business hours and have a customer service representative give you an estimated time of arrival for your package.
What is reference information FedEx?
A Reference is a customizable field that allows you to record details about different kinds of shipments. They appear on your FedEx invoice or on administrative reports.
How do you track a package from FedEx?
On the FedEx website homepage, find the “Track a Shipment” section located just below the large information banner running across the top of the page. Enter your tracking number into the box, and click on “Track.”. The system should return information on the current status of the package.
How can I track my order with FedEx?
Compose a new email message to [email protected] – leave the subject line blank.
How long does FedEx tracking take?
Packages in the FedEx system receive scans at various points between pickup and delivery. It is not unusual for a package to go more than 24 hours without a scan while in transit – your package may be traveling as intended. It might take up to 24 hours for your tracking number to go live, please try again later.
What happens if I miss a FedEx delivery?
If you miss the first delivery, you don’t usually need to arrange for a second delivery. FedEx will attempt to re-deliver your package the next business day. The driver will leave you a door tag letting you know whether she’ll try again or if this was the last delivery attempt. What happens next depends on how the sender sent the item.