What does Label Created, not yet in system mean on USPS?

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asked Dec 3, 2020 in USPS by Kjudobber (850 points)
What does Label Created, not yet in system mean on USPS?

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answered Dec 3, 2020 by Kitty45 (3,120 points)
The USPS Label Created, not yet in system means that the shipping label was printed off for the package and the postage has been paid.

However the tracking information for the label has not yet got into the system which can take a few hours or so.

Then when the USPS gets the package they should scan it again to say package acceptance pending or package accepted.

USPS tracking is not in real time so it can take a few hours or so for the tracking information to update.

When USPS tracking says shipping label created it means that the person or company shipping the package has printed off a shipping label for the package and has paid for postage.

it does not indicate that the package has been received yet by the USPS but should be in the USPS possession shortly.

The SHIPPING LBL CREATED USPS AWAITS ITEM means that the person or company shipping the package has printed out a postage label and paid for postage.

Then the package will either be picked up by USPS later in the day or be dropped off at a USPS facility.

When USPS tracking says SHIPPING LBL CREATED USPS AWAITS ITEM it means that the shipping label for the package was created and that the USPS is awaiting the item to be picked up or brought to them so that it can be shipped out.

The LBL stands for label so it's shipping label created USPS awaits item.

It means that the postage has been paid for and the shipping label has been printed out and the package is ready to be picked up or taken to the USPS.

It does not mean the package has been shipped yet but it means it's been prepared for shipping.

When the package gets to USPS then the tracking information should update to say accepted.

It can take a few hours or so before the USPS actually gets the item because if it's a business USPS will usually pick up the packages from the business.

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