A little over a Month ago, I purchased 30 Cell Phone chargers from a supplier on Aliexpress. The cost of the order is $70. The supplier has done over 4000 transactions with a 98.9% feedback rating. The package was shipped by China Post. This is my first experience with China Post and it has not been a good one. First of all, the tracking # provided has never shown up on the China Post website. It always says "Success find: 0 items!". As far as I am concerned, when the tracking # doesn't show up, either I was given an incorrect number or the package isn't being delivered. The supplier confirmed that the tracking # is correct. I've asked the supplier several times over the past few weeks to check with China Post to find out why the tracking # is not showing up and to find out where the package is. So far, the supplier has yet to contact China Post. Here is one message from the Supplier: Another message from the supplier: Another message: The last message that I received: I replied to the Seller that "I am not contacting my Post Office or Customs about this package. The first thing that they will ask for is the tracking #. It is ridiculous to give them a tracking # that is not working! How do you know that Customs even has the package? That is just a wild guess without a working tracking #." I find it very puzzling that the Seller has offered to send the order to me again to resolve the issue. I replied "Why can't you go to China Post with the tracking # and find out what has happened with this package! After all, isn't that what a tracking # is for? If one of my Buyers does not receive a package, the first thing that I would do is find out where the package is using the tracking #. If that isn't much help, then I would go to the Post Office with the tracking # and find out what has happened to the package. I would do that before having to send out another package. Because I am in the business to make money, it doesn't make sense to just resend an order to a buyer without going to the Post Office to find out what happened with the order using the tracking #." I do believe the Seller that the package was shipped. I live in Alberta, Canada. I know that a package can take over a Month to get to me from China when shipped by China Post. If the package was being updated in tracking, then I would not have been sending the Seller questions about it. I'd just be waiting patiently for it. The only reason why I have been patient with this order and have not disputed it, is because it is a small order worth $70. If it was $700, I would have disputed it a couple of weeks ago. Is this typical of China Post with the tracking? Not showing up at all? My guess is that it is not. What is your experiences with China Post good or bad. I just find it very odd that the Seller hasn't gone to China Post with the tracking # after several requests to do so.