I'm not sure how you get away with this but I've called the Fruitvale office literally 6 times and it went to a FULL voicemail box every time. I get it's government work and it's 100% unenjoyable but for Pete sakes have some professionalism.
I sent my son, Manny Emrie (aka Manuel D. Emrie) his social security card by mail several weeks ago. His address is 1313 Walnut AVe., Grand Junction 81501. He has been into the PO to find out if you are holding it somewhere. He is a student at Mesa. It should have been returned to me by now if you couldn't deliver it to him. As I said, this is a letter which contains his SS card, and he needs it for identification along with his drivers license. Please don't dismiss him when he comes back to the PO, because this is important for him to have for employment. I know that this is "personal information" but if you can't trust the Post Office, who can you trust??? My father was a postman.
7238 S. Xenia Cir.
Centennial, CO 80112
Our mail is being delivered to other addresses!! Our mail person needs to get her or his act together and do their job right!! This should be against the law to give our personal information and mail to others!!
When a person has a question about local mail delivery, one would appreciate being able to call the local post office. I was delighted to find local phone numbers for post office locations in my area; until all four numbers I called for the four locations either failed to answer, and ended with a 'dial tone' to disconnect, or a message said that the number was "temporarily unavailable" "try later", or "the mailbox is full." When calling the toll-free number provided, after jumping through several options, I was told that all agents were busy, but I could leave my number and would be called back in "more than one hour." The last time I did that, my call was returned (and issue resolved, by the way) after FIVE HOURS. Private businesses would not succeed with this model of customer service. Shame on the USPS!