Tracking said the post office delivered my package on January 16th. I waited a few days to see if it would show up(this has happened several times before) nothing. I receive packages every week and this is not the first time one has not been delivered, or I receive my neighbors. AGAIN! I am out my money because someone cannot read a number on a mailbox or house. I know the Falcon-Peyton area is tired of this. why is it so hard people!!
I like the others that have commented on this post office continue to either not receive the mail that I am expecting or receive someone else's mail (which I personally delivery to them). The door bell is not rung when a package is delivered and the package is placed on the front steps where ANY porch pirate can see and steal it!!
We have experienced reoccurring issues with our mail delivery; from undelivered mail, to tampering and opening of our mail. We have noticed a trend that when we receive items that are personally hand written cards, birthday cards, "fun mail", or personal gift packages they are "checked" for money, or possible other valuables. I am not sure if items have been stolen, but I do know it is obvious that our mail is being opened and that alone is a federal offense. We have had many issues as have others in our neighborhood per discussions online in our community FB page. We have community mail boxes that are locked, so this is an issue with the USPS staff.
We live in Falcon Highlands...our mailbox is off Seely Ct. Our mail is continually misplaced in the mailboxes of others. This includes much anticipated packages. Why don’t your carriers take more time and be more responsible? This is an ongoing problem...and it is getting worse. DO SOMETHING!
It is a shame that this is the only Post Office for our area. We are faced with the constant problem of mis-delivered mail or no delivery at all. Even with many calls to the Post Office and many promises the issue just seems to get worse. It is really sad that this is the highest standard we can expect from our local USPS.