If you sent a package through LBC, you can easily track your shipment using LBC tracking number provided in the receipt.
There are various ways to track your shipment but the most conventional way is by using LBC’s track and trace online web tool. You can get access to it in this link.
There are two types of service that you can track in the online web tool: Cargo (Package) and Cash Remittance.
In this tutorial, we’ll just mainly focus on tracking LBC shipments.
Find LBC Tracking Number
First, let me show you where to find exactly the LBC tracking number in a receipt. See image below for your reference.
By default, LBC tracking number is located below the bar code. It consists of 12-digit numbers and it usually starts with number one.
That’s the only thing you need to track your package.
Tracking Your LBC Shipment
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to track your package.
Step 1: Go to LBC Track and Trace online web tool.
Step 2: Type in your 12-digit tracking number in the box provided.
Step 3: Click Track then wait for the shipment record or transaction history to show up.
LBC updates the status of your shipment real-time starting from the day it was accepted until delivery completion. Remember, the standard delivery time frame for local shipments is one business day (Mondays to Saturdays).
Aside from LBC track and trace tool, you can also track your package by posting an inquiry in LBC’s Official Facebook page, Twitter or by calling their contact center at 858-5999 (NCR) or 1-800-10-8585999 (Provincial). These are great tracking alternatives if track and trace tool is down.
It is possible to track your shipments as well via SMS. Here’s the syntax:
LBC<space>STATUS<space><tracking number> and send it to 2910
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