Why is it impossible for your workers to scan in packages for scheduled pickups? You all are killing small businesses. By not scanning at pickup, you are losing packages and having no answers for the people that literally pay the USPS hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. You bet the workers scan packages they drop off to cover their own butts but since they don’t care about anyone else, no scans mean no movement in tracking. That means business owners have to give refunds for missing packages that were shipped so not only do we lose out on the money we lose twice as much because we have no packages back. The safest part is the “manager” at this location promised me that she wouldn’t let the non scanning happen any longer LAST year but yet here I am again, refunding thousands of dollars I don’t have because of simple scans.
I am not unhappy with your service but just want to relay a concern. I live at 50 Hampton Dr., Dawsonville. Hampton Dr. is a gravel road less than .5 mile long. The speed limit is 15 miles/hour. We have children in the neighborhood. I have regularly observed postal service driving at speeds in excess of 40 mph. Please slow down. I have also repaired (twice) the road next to my mail box from the rut developed from the high speeds, sudden stops, sudden accelerations. Fixing that, as I have done twice is no big deal. My request is only that we slow down. I know you are busy, but we need to abide by the speed limit. Please. (or even less than 10 miles over the speed limit)
I left a return package to sender on porch (I am handicapped) for pickup. Never used usps before, but package was not picked up
so I called my local Dawsonville, GA post office and was told to
leave a note to pickup in mailbox. Seems odd to me.