How can I find out who sent me a FedEx package?
Similarly one may ask, how do you find out who shipped a FedEx package?
Contact the FedEx call center 463.3339 (1.800. GoFedEx). Then, you will find that they tell you not only who the package is from, but also where the package is and when it will arrive in your location. So, you do not need to waste your time and energy in order to know everything about the packagethat is sent to you.
One may also ask, can you track a FedEx package by name? To see account numbers and/or company name and address that FedEx InSight is using to identify your shipments, log in to FedEx InSight, select My Options in the top tab and click on Shipments. Track FedEx Express® shipments by reference number by going to the Tracking page and using the Track by Reference field.
Also know, can I find out who sent me a package?
You can't. The tracking number will only give you the post office of origin, not the name of a person. In addition, the person could have mailed it from a post office 100 miles away from where they lived.
Can you track a package by name?
No. That's not actually possible. I know others are responding to say that it is but what they're describing isn't actually tracking a package by your name and address, it's using that information to look up the necessary information you actually need to track a package.