That’s terrible. But the package is your property since you are the recipient. Why is there any need for privacy? I don’t understand that part. If you explain to them that is your package, and give them all the information of the sender (RViki) where is coming from with details that is evidence enough the package is yours. Privacy should apply if I ask about someone else package, but not your/my package.
I believe they wouldn’t do that also in the States Also if there is no such package there is no such tracking number…
But the US postal services did find a letter from my mom upon my inquiry at the local Post Office, it flew off the sorting machine (That after 1 month)
Can you give me more detail on that? I’m breaking my brain here trying to figure out how a package that is your Property can be considered a privacy law for the receiver of this say package since you have ample knowledge of the sender’s information, and what you are suppose to receive since you are the ‘‘owner’’ of that said package. It makes no sense to me.
Sorry, I don’t know enough about this law to explain the finer details and how companies are supposed to adhere to it to avoid paying fines. All I know is that most companies limit the information they give out without being able to verify exactly who you are (and even if they can, in certain instances they still can’t give you the information).
Also note that most of our contact is online and not through the phone, which adds another risk to the company.
I don’t mind that they do this, as the chance of my information getting used in a scam becomes much smaller (they have happened / happen a lot). And usually my packages show up or I can contact the sender.