Sigh. So I won an item that was shipped out on Nov. 14th. At first the seller gave me the wrong tracking address then later the correct one. I paid for the listed USPS Priority international (from US to Canada). I have a feeling the seller switched to USPS First Class international and now that it has been this long, that the package is MIA/lost. My direct question is whether the 'tracking' (not really tracking, right?) # for first class is different than that for Priority. The # he gave me starts with LC and ends in US with 9 numbers in between. I seem to recall that the LC might indicate first class or something like that. My more general question is what I should do. Intuitively, the seller seemed trustworthy, but I think he did the shipping switch (US sellers: please never do that charge express/priority then ship for a couple of bucks with FC switch!) and after I have messaged him a few times has expressed concern over the package not arriving but has chosen/neglected to fess up in terms of switching the shipping. (for priority, 100% guaranteed it would have been here by now). Should I just file a claim? It's certainly not my responsibility that the seller shipped to a less secure shipping method (breaking the contract of the sale).