I wish I knew the name of our regular postman who delivers on Hampton Place Lane. He does an excellent job! He always gives a friendly wave to all our neighbors, and he is very efficient. I know this review is not read by postal employees, but I hope that our mail carrier will get some positive recognition.
i ordered some very expensive makeup items i recived a message my package was delivered it was never delivered the mail man never showed up to the house that day so i waited a few days thinking my package was late it never showed i went to the post office with 2 diffent tracking numbers for both services i was told my package did not exist i belive the mail carrier stole my package so i made contact with the store i purchased from and got a whole new set of everything plus 3 extra items that was stolen too because i paid extra for it to be delivered on my porch it had been placed on the ground by the mailbox this is some bull
Not sure who the woman supervisor was I spoke to but they were extremely rude and unhelpful when trying to track a missing package. Assumed no responsibility and blamed my neighbors for stealing my package with absolutely zero evidence.
Today, my wife was on the phone when the mail carrier delivered the mail. She watched as they pulled up to the mailbox, then went out to get the mail only to find a slip stating that they tried to deliver a certified letter but was unable to. WOW! Lazy and borderline criminal. What has happened to our hometown post office? I am reporting this, and the fact that when we held our mail for our vacation (hold placed several weeks in advance) is was NEVER HELD. Nope, delivered each day of our vacation, according to our neighbor. This is ridiculous, and we are not alone in our complaints.
We live on Muskegon Drive in Summit Estates. We have lived here for 27 years. I March, a friend called to tell me she had a Thank you note she had mailed to me returned as undeliverable. She mailed me the original envelope. There was nothing wrong with the address. I didn't think much about it. Yesterday, I found out that Kohl's Dept. Store had two bills returned to them, one from March and one from April. as undeliverable. This is serious. We missed paying this bill. I now worry about what other bills or important mail is being returned to the sender. The delivery supervisor could not explain why this might happen. She asked me to bring in the returned mail. I did not save the thank you note and of course, I do not have the returned bill from Kohl's. I am very worried and upset by this.
I live a 5014 Barnsby Ln Cincinnati OH 45244. I was notified by the company that I purchased items from that my package was to be delivered today Saturday 4/15/2017. It is important so I watched for the postman. He was at the box at around 7:00 PM. After he left I received a message saying that my package was delivered. We have a community box and there was no key in my box for the large delivery box so I called the Anderson office. The man I spoke to said he used the tracking number I gave him to contact our mail person and that the mail person would be back to help me find the package. I told him I would wait outside. It is now 8:17 and the mail person has not come. I am very upset at this point. This is a birthday gift for my granddaughter and I expected to receive it today!!! Why tell someone you will come and help them fix THEIR mistake, and not even come. This is not the first mix up we have had with this post office. The service is terrible! I need that package and I expect to hear from them soon. Postal recipients do have rights!
We live at 5005 Whitewood Ct.45244. I am getting mail LATE my Dr's office sent me a letter that had to be returned in 5 days! It took 10 days to get here! I am getting sale books and papers that are arriving after the sale! Just got a sale book from Macy's for a sale11/18-11/19.... Today is 11/20. These are just a few things. My husband has gone to Anderson PO to file a complaint and nothing happens. This is getting old. Not like we can get a new post office! Thank you, Mary Rees