The answer is a resounding no.
FedEx, UPS, and DHL all specify in their terms of service that they reserve the right to open and inspect any package at their own discretion.
Postal inspectors must acquire a search warrant based on probable cause before inspecting mail and parcels.
Does ups open and inspect packages?
Right of Inspection
UPS reserves the right to open and inspect any package tendered to it for transportation.
Does FedEx have the right to open packages?
“We have the right to open any package that we deem to be suspicious,” McCluskey says. “We don’t tolerate the illegal use of our system.” While FedEx remains mum on its search practices, the United States Postal Service (USPS) relies on a mix of training, official procedure, and honesty.
Is Saturday a business day for FedEx?
FedEx Home Delivery (shipping to a Residence) business days are Tuesday through Saturday (excluding holidays). Example: A package shipped via FedEx Ground on Monday with a transit schedule of 2 business days, (not including the day the package is shipped) would be expected for delivery on Wednesday.
Does USPS open packages?
If there is probable cause to believe the contents of a First-Class letter or parcel violate federal law, Postal Inspectors can obtain a search warrant to open the mailpiece. Other classes of mail do not contain private correspondence, and therefore may be opened without a warrant.