What does it mean when USPS says “Label Created, not yet in system”?
It is good that you know what this means so that you will know what to do next.
Not knowing what this means will create unnecessary fear and panic even when you don’t need to.
We’ve shared a couple of some USPS-related posts in the past and ISC New York is one of them.
Today, I will categorically share with you what label created not yet in system means so you will know what to do the next time you see it.
What label created not yet in system in USPS
Label created not yet in system usually means that the shipper generated a shipping label and paid the postage for the shipment online, but that the box has not yet been dispatched.
Another possible meaning is that the shipment has been delivered but not yet scanned into the USPS tracking system (still on the truck that brought it from the shipper’s address).
Once the box arrives at your local postal processing facility, it will be scanned and then you will monitor statuses as it progresses through the system.
That was a brief post but I hope it has given you a better understanding of “label created not yet in system”
Feel free to leave a comment should you have further questions.