Today our mail carrier, not the one we normally have, took unstamped mail (not even in the area where we leave our mail. We are trying to contact the post office but no one is answering. We need to do something. This is not our fault and you will be sending out over 100 unstamped letters. This is not the first time we have had an issue with the Monday delivery. Rhonda 805 823-0981 x134
I am very frustrated with the post office either Calabasas or the Woodland Hills. No one answering phones.
Customer is anxious to look for a package which was told it was delivered but it was not. I attempted to call to find out but no one answer phones in Woodland Hills, the one in Calabasas, I had go Via whole scripts than to create a case. Seriously, anyone can answer phone and help out?
It's true, they make $70,000.00 per year or thereabouts and won't answer the phone most of the time or never. And two years ago I had to take care of some serious business and had some questions that needed answering but instead got the door slammed in my face; literally. These positions are public service positions, but many of the folks there it seems dislike servicing the community... So, if face-to-face customer service isn't there thing then why did they apply and then accept the job.... It's unfair that the public/community has to endure such abusive, neglectful treatment/disservice.
What a horrible place occupied by incompetent useless sub-humans. Our local Woodland Hills post office belongs in a third world country. They treat customers like garbage and also never EVER answer the phone. Lovely place, really.
Damn Straight! Except in the third world the quality of life is HIGHER - if you are going to deal with incompetent public agencies, at least in Latin America you get cheap lobster and nice beaches. CALIFORNIA IS THE THIRD WORLD - look under an overpass if you don't believe.
• Replied to Bob Willson
As of May 30, 2017, the USPS location at 22121 Clarendon St, Woodland Hills, CA 91364 is closed.