A delay from the agreed time on the part of the seller is known as a late delivery. The buyer is not responsible for this delay. Late shipping delivery from a courier company or E-commerce store is sometimes responsible for it. Parcels can take longer than usual to be delivered due to the following reasons:
The most common factors resulting in delayed delivery are misspelled, incomplete or outdated addresses, failed delivery attempts, incorrectly completed order forms, package redirections, customs, and poor weather conditions. Sometimes difficult-to-access property can also lead to these delays: problems such as no doorbell, unclear address at said location, protective pets, and maintenance work around the building area are not uncommon.
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