I went in to this office to buy some stamps. Be warned, the parking lot spots small and this parking lot is frequently full. If someone has a large vehicle, safety dictates they must park on the street. It was snowy and I was close to one side of the parking spot. when I came back someone put their enormous truck next to my car in the tiny spot. I tried to get in the spot and touched my door to the truck and got an earful from the owner of the truck. It was impossible to see around this enormous vehicle. If you have a large vehicle there is just not enough room in that tiny parking space. Please park on the street.
Screwed up real bad since Monday, Nov 5.
Expecting a box Monday, signature required.
Left 2 other boxes on front porch, left unfilled notice on door. Carrier
must NOT know what a doorbell is, or how to use it. Went to pick up box that day. Said it had to be delivered that day! Never showed. Went to pick up Tuesday, Nov 6. Got box, discovered it was NOT mine, after I got home. Went back, again, and ended up WAITING for 45 minutes, only to be told box was STILL on truck! And still MORE waiting, for someone to meet me at the house, to get me my now delayed box!
Even have one listed as delivered, but was NOT there, when I checked! NOT good service etc....
I have been trying to call the Longmont office for two days now. Yesterday the phone rang and rang until it disconnected me. Today I have been on hold for 2 HOURS. I called right off in the morning and it rang 3 times then was picked up and put directly on HOLD!
Yesterday, July 31st, I had a delivery left at the curb of my house. The package was large and if the wind came it would have fell over into the street. This has never happen with USPS before nor fedex, or ups, they have always left packages at the house not on the edge of the street. It sat there 10 hours, fortunately it was still there when I got home late from work. The driver is taking serious shortcuts that will eventually lead to theft of packages.
I live at Eagle Crest in Firestone, and the last couple of weeks I have been receiving several pieces of mail for someone whose address is on another street, some from a neighbor across the street from me. If there is a new carrier, they should be able to read and put mail in the appropriate box, sometimes there are important documents and shouldn't end up in the wrong box!
I see from the comments below that my letter was not the only one delivered to a Longmont address. I mailed it on the 9th of October from the Air Force Acedemy Post Office at the Air Force Acedemy in Colorado Springs. They told me to contact you. There was a birthday check included in the letter. I am very suspicious about the mail disappearing. We had to cancel the check which cost us 30 dollars. It is now the 25th of October and there was no delivery yet. I think there may be a theft going on. Please advise...
I sent mail to my student loan people. They said they never got my letter. I sent 2 other letters and my student loan agency stated they did not revive my mail. I finally faxed my information to them. Now it's happened again! I sent out TWO very important letters out to the STATE they have informed me they NEVER RECEIVED MY MAIL! Who has my mail? WTF is going on?
Inefficiency deluxe! We are asked to make an appointment to renew a passport, and when you call the local post office telephone number, it rings and rings and then hangs up on you. I then called the main U.S. phone number, waited through various computerized phone steps, and only gained the number of the local post office...vicious cycle. Inefficient and very frustrating. Online does not help--only sends you to links of outside providers who charge significantly for passport renewal. This shouldn't be allowed from a government website. Wonder what would happen if this were my workplace, and we operated this way? Get it together USPS!!!
Typical government union bureaucracy: We live in a gated community and the mailman won't come through our gate to deliver packages. Instead, he leaves us a note to pick up at the post office. I have complained many times to the supervisor about the laziness of our mailman and the excuse is ridiculous. He doesn't have to if he doesn't want to, is what supervisor says. Or even better--somebody might have a dog. So at least once a week, I have to make the 20 minute drive to the post office to wait in line 20 minutes to pick up a package that could have been delivered to my home in 30 seconds. Explain how this makes any sense!
I live on the block of Sherman Ct. WE have not seen a mailman or received mail in close to a week. WE haven't seen anyone on the block delivering to other houses either so I'm pretty sure it's not that we are not getting sent mail, plus we always tend to get a few daily coupons and such