When I sold a few things on eBay, it was slower to ship Priority than it was to ship first class in an Amazon envelope.I've been saying this for months now. Mail them in some sort of a bag (an old Amazon bag) or in a small box... and they'll get delivered in just a few days. Glad someone finally figured it out in Fort Wayne...
When the USPS people see that Amazon padded envelope with the light blue printing on it, it sails right on through... _They_don't_care_ what is inside of it.When I sold a few things on eBay, it was slower to ship Priority than it was to ship first class in an Amazon envelope.
Is this to get the new square bottles with pre-paid labels?
TMI...The exception is if you take a Cologuard "Test Kit" to UPS or Fed Ex for shipment. It has Cologuard written all over the box, so everyone in the place knows your shipping a box full of crap....... Literally. They'll move that thing through at the speed of light!
I think it's the prepaid labels to stick on existing bottles, plus the envelope. With the envelope I don't think it matters if you have the round or square.Is this to get the new square bottles with pre-paid labels?
I'm currently waiting to hear about a sample I sent a couple weeks ago. Silly me threw caution to the wind and forgot to write down the tracking number. So far no news is no news.
They email your results. You can also log into their site to check your previous results with them (if you have any). If you want to know when they get your sample, write down the tracking number before you ship your sample and just see when it's delivered.Does Blackstone email the results or even let you know they have your sample or is a sneak attack of results thru the mail?