Package Tracking Number

Track The Location Of The Delivery.

When a product has been purchased from an online retailer and a carrier Is used to ship It to the delivery address, a "Tracking Number" (where applicable) Is assigned to the package. It's usually sent In a confirmation email after the Item has been ordered. 

As It's name Implies, It allows the customer to track and see the location of their package at any point In time, by entering It Into the website's tracking option of It's respective carrier. Social engineers find this extremely beneficial when using a "Drop House/Address" during their SE. 

It allows them to see precisely where their package Is located and once It's within close proximity of the drop house, the social engineer will make his way there and accept the delivery. UPS & FedEx are just a couple of many carriers that use tracking numbers for their consignments.