I don't wish this to anyone, but maybe someone else has had something like this happened to them and already know the best way to sort this out.
Turns out I ordered some stuff from amazon; a couple of spare cellphone cases and two PS4 games; they were sent in two different packages after the orders were charged to my credit card. I asked them to be delivered at a P.O. Box, if that matters, I haven't had any problems when ordering stuff from Amazon before, I just double check in case they have any problems shipping to P.O. Boxes.
Apparently, the PS4 games were going to arrive before the cases, but they were shipped before them, so the cases arrived at the P.O. Box (Or so Amazon claims, I am going tomorrow to find out.); turns out the games were going to arrive on Tuesday July 24, but apparently there was a "delay" after the last status update "Out for Delivery" according to the USPS site; on Amazon's case the tracking information page updated for an estimated time of arrival on July 27; it is currently the 28th and the status has not changed.
As I said, I will go tomorrow to the P.O. Box place and see if for some reason the package has already arrived and USPS did not update the status (Is that possible?); still, Amazon apparently is already offering me "more options", and that option is asking for a refund; has anyone had any experience getting a refund from Amazon?
If I ask for a refund, and the package finally arrives, do I have to send it back?
I tried reading the USPS site, and apparently I need to wait for 7 business days in order to file some kind of claim in order for them to search the package. Should I do that?
Like I said, hopefully no one has had this happened to them, but maybe someone has sadly had to deal with something like this.
Anyway, thanks for taking your time to read my post and thanks for any replies!