I would like to commend postal employee David Perez. I live across the street on Linwood St. I am the owner of a 1967 Classic Pontiac GTO. On Aug 24 I inadvertently left a photo album (that documents 10 years of restoration) on the top of the car and made a left hand turn onto Santa Clara. Unaware, the album slid off near the intersection of Santa Clara and Wright St. It was several hours later that I realized what had happened. I searched for the album but was not there. I posted signs for a week. Turns out a homeless man who lives in a camper along Santa Clara found it. The homeless man knew David had a GTO and notified him. David in turn was familiar with me and my car and he took the time to return the album to me.
The album had no monetary value but had significant sentimental value to me. I am very grateful to my postal worker and homeless neighbors who took the time to return the album.
Horrible Horrible. The number dose not work and the 1800 number has a 50 min hold time. After 50 min the phone hung up! These people are incompetent Morons! Stupidest people on the planet work for the postal service. My package has been sitting in the store for 3 days passed delivery date and these stupid people cant figure how to deliver it!
First of all trying to call the numbers provided are useless. The local number has a recording that the mail box is full. The 800 number wants me to hold for 30 to 40 minutes. Unbelievable!!!! I want to file a formal complaint on the carrier that just delivered a package to our door. Not the regular carrier that delivers the mail, he drove up in a small truck. I was just opening the door when I saw him come half way up the driveway and throw the package about 10 feet into a flower bed near the door. To make it worse the address on the package is correct but that particular person has not lived here for almost 2 years. I will bring this package to the local post office on Grand Avenue in Santa Ana, CA. Feel free to contact me if necessary. E. John Themios