My neighbors who live across the street from me keep blocking my mailbox. I called the county and they told me to call the post office. I was told by the delivery person that he will not deliver my mail because the mailbox is blocked. Can someone help.
I am so frustrated I ordered and paid for something that should have been delivered to me by usps, however the postman put package in wrong mailbox and I haven't got my package yet. I called the Fort Wash post office, the guy put me on hold for over 10 minutes and never came back to phone.
I am vary unsatisfied by the service that my grandfather and I have received with this post office location. I ordered a package for delivery to my grandfathers house and he did not hear the doorbell. They left a slip, so my grandfather goes to attempt to pick the package up. After informing him that he could not pick up the package, he was not given the paper back to request for redelivery. So now my package has to be returned to the sender. After waiting on the phone for an HOUR waiting to be helped. I was told that there was nothing that could be done for me being as though that I am away at school. With all of this being said, my grandfather has signed for the package from the company before and therefore should be able to pick up the package with valid identification of address. I AM VERY UNSATISFIED!
They will not deliver my package that is being returned to me, instead the forward it to other local post offices and hope that they deliver it instead. I suspect this is pure laziness, incompetence, and dishonesty, because my return address is correct on the label, there is no other excuse for this. The package has been redirected three times now.
I Think that they take the phone off the hook during business hours also! It's also a hard time for me to get through to them. The only time I've had luck was by calling the consumer fair number. (202) 636-1200
The scale in the lobby is broken Happened before. Often. Can the USPS replace it with a newer reliable one? Thanks to any Postal Employee who will take the time to pass this problem on toward top management.