The Amazon parcel service has been hit with an embarrassing new charge for shipping a package that arrived late.
The charges have been in place since March, when Amazon introduced the parcel service, which allows customers to pick up and deliver items from anywhere in the world.
The service is available in many countries around the world, but it only works in the United States, which has a relatively restrictive postal system.
The new charge applies to all orders placed on Amazon.com.
The problem: the USPS doesn’t ship the packages, according to a statement posted on Amazon’s site.
USPS does ship packages through Amazon’s own fulfillment centers, but the USPS can’t deliver the packages directly to customers’ homes.
Amazon says it will fix the shipping system by the end of June.
Amazon is now using an Amazon courier service, but some users say it isn’t as reliable as they’d hoped.
In response, Amazon is offering customers an alternate shipping method: an express shipping service called Express Post.
If you live in the US, you can use the service from the US Postal Service’s website or from your local post office.
If the USPS is still unavailable, you’ll need to use Express Post by using the USPS website or using Express Post on your own.
Amazon has said it is also planning to roll out its own delivery service, called Prime Delivery, which would work the same way as Express Post, but instead of using the UPS or FedEx delivery methods, it would use Amazon’s delivery robots.
Amazon said it’s working on an update to the Amazon parcel delivery app that will allow customers to specify which courier services they want to use when using the service.