I left a note at 202 Alta Vista St 71913 to please hold my mail until my return. Just checking as my Social Security is in that mail and another is due the 3rd. Thank you firstname.lastname@example.org
I am calling about a package that they said was delivered but was not..Trying to get a hold of someone has amounted to a few hours of my time and reaching a person to speak to about this is daunting to say the least..I have a tracking # and a case number...This is terrible service no one answers the phone..no wonder people use other mail services this is ridiculous to say the least...
Been waiting for a package and checked tracking number and it said delivery had been attempted. No one had come to my door nor left any notification that they attempted delivery. Another time package was left on my 4 wheeler. I sincerely hope you don't find this acceptable.
The Albert Pike, Hot Springs, AR location has been my post office for fourteen years. The desk clerks have been unflagging in their professionalism, helpfulness and patience. I hope management recognizes this great staff and will give them my thanks for their service.
I live at 142 Mt.Laurel Ln , my mail person on this Sat. 9th Dec.left a package out in the street. This is not acceptable service and will put on facebook. Have other problems, other peoples mail, mail on the ground , torn up etc. Mailman even ran over trash dumpster, had to help him get it out from under truck.
I am not recieving my mail!! I have had two items two different days saying it was tried to be delivered and w have been home all day everyday! I have not recieved any mail of any kind in two days which is very unusual! There is a problem with the carrier!!
I have been trying to get my mail delivered. I have called about 1/2 hour. First time they blatantly hung up on me. The next 2 times they let the phone ring and ring? Wow, I have worked for the post office for 4 years, and we would always answer the phone. This is just a total act of disrespect and down right rude. I don't want to get mean...but where is the postmaster of the Albert Pike office?