If its any consolation - I just got two waterproof Fuji cameras from Amazon.
Shipped by Amazon, not 3rd party. Amazon handed off to FedEx.
FedEx handed off to the US Post Office. Tracking on FedEx says out for delivery.
No delivery, I had folks at the house, waiting for the package. No slip left... no nothing.
Finally - at 10pm, FedEx reports "Delivery Attempt Made".
So, I call FedEx. They say, sorry call the Post Office. Post Office says... Sorry, call FedEx.
I go to the local Post Office. Guy at the counter takes the info, says it ought to be in the back. He looks for about half an hour. Nope. No clue where it is. Then he says... they're only supposed to make one delivery attempt, but "it may have gone back out". Ok, so we wait again. Nothing. Next day, I go back to the Post Office. Same guy looks again. Nothing. So I ask... "is it lost". No, its not lost, since its still in their system. He says, don't file a claim, give it another day. Went home, and its raining really hard at that point. Cats go nuts at the front. I look out. Nothing, no vehicle. Open the door, and stuffed down inside my bougainvillaea bush (thorns!) is an Amazon box... soaked. Inside, I open the box and it has OBVIOUSLY been tampered with. First off, an Amazon box is a sort of fold up affair that doesn't even have tape all the way around it. You can slide out a "wing" and get to the contents. In fact, small contents can fall out. So I'm going thru things... one memory card had been opened, and inserted into the one camera, as also its battery. Hang tag gone. Sticker in the box with empty battery plastic bag. There was one shot on the memory card - which had been erased, but ... was recoverable. Shot of the inside of the Post Office!
I probably have some sort of case, but I thought for a second... I got the cameras, and they're disposable to me anyway. Not worth me losing more money taking off from work to go fight the Post Office.