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"Processing" - in the shop - Is it shipped?

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I ordered my UM the 15:th and when I look at the status of the order it has been stating "Processing" for a week and a half.

I wonder if there are more informational tags, like "Shipped" or something like that showing at a later stage, or is this all??

Looking through the FAQ i find that the lead time for a product orderd after the 15:th has been somewhere around 8 days. That would mean that it has been shipped on the 23/24 of Aug...

Just curios so that I know that my order is ongoing and not forgotten...

 

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Hi, if your status is at processing, this means we have not been able to confirm your payment yet.

I would recommend to sent us a quick email informing us about your date of payment, and via what method you completed the payment.

When we can manually find your payment, your status will go to Processing (payment confirmed), and most likely later that day, or the next, to Preparing shipment, and then Complete.

Thank you,

 

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