[Update: 10:15 a.m.]
Netflix’s online store for video and music, Amazon lost its last package on Saturday.
The streaming service’s official website says the package, a new “new set of Blu-ray, DVD and streaming services,” was delivered to a “Netflix delivery service” in New York.
The company says it’s currently trying to contact the recipient to find out if the package has been returned.
Amazon did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.
The Amazon-owned streaming site was founded in 2004 and now has more than 150 million users.
Netflix has been trying to get rid of unwanted packages for years, but it’s a rare case in which the company is actually willing to take the time to try and track down the missing package.
Amazon has lost more than 100,000 packages in the past three years alone.
Netflix’s inability to track down packages has been frustrating, especially since Amazon offers a free trial for those who want to get the service.
Netflix and Amazon have also been embroiled in legal battles.
Amazon is suing Netflix for trademark infringement, claiming that Netflix’s website and mobile app contain “false and misleading claims about the product’s performance and compatibility.”
The lawsuit accuses Netflix of “failing to adequately and fairly disclose” the differences between the two streaming services’ products, as well as the “inadequacy” of the two companies to work together on product quality issues.
Netflix also accused Amazon of infringing on its intellectual property in 2010 when it sued Netflix for copyright infringement over its own streaming video app.