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I paid via paypal, and when they sent the confirmation email they also included a note that said "It look like this is your tracking number: XXXXXXXXXXXX" with a link to the DHL site. I was curious if anyone else from the US had paid via paypal and received a similar message. Just seemed a little odd to receive a tracking number for a package not set to mail for another 4-6 weeks. Can I expect another email of shipment confirmation?

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Tom

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Odd, maybe, but I don't think it's a big deal..

DHL may assign them a block of lables or something and they might use that to keep track of what order things are in.. New orders get a label on the top of the pile, when a box is ready to go, they pull whatever label's on the bottom of the pile and slap it on the box.

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I just found it curious.

I didn't figure it was much of anything. Your answer makes sense though and I'm sure that's probably on the right track for what it means.

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