Moved across town in Kathleen, sure wish I had the old carrier! Whomever, (and there are several) that work this neighborhood) either can't read or choose not to. I've gotten mail for the previous resident-even with the yellow forwarding stickers on it- on a regular basis. Had several days when outgoing mail stayed in the box, even put incoming atop it. Used to, a postal worker had a great job and knew it, guess I've gotten too old and am making the mistake that you have to work for your wages. Guess I'll call again.
I have been expecting some really important mail I have received Amazon packages for the last 3 weeks belonging to people up the street even on another road and I have been receiving their mail as well something needs to be done
Package to be delivered today was sent to Fort Mitchell, AL. USPS tracking had it at the Perry post office around 6AM. About an an hour later it was tracked in Fort Mitchell, AL. Also on another note mail is coming at seven and eight o'clock in the evening, sometimes later. One carrier in particular tosses packages at the door, thus the door ends up blocked and can't be opened. This is not a postal service, this is postal NO SERVICE!
I have the worst mailman in the world! Two to three times a week someone in my sub division brings me my mail because it was in their box and the other days of the week I'm delivering mail to someone in my neighborhood! I got a certified letter that I still haven't received and nobody seems to know where it is! I'm going by the branch
Monday morning because this is way past unacceptable!
I so agree Shannon. I live in Kathleen at Martin Terrace and OMG, most of the time I am delivering mail to my neighbors in my subdivision because she can't seem to read. I watched her deliver a package the other morning and she literally tossed it on their porch. I had to call the perry post office to tell them that my out-going mail was still in my mail box after 2 days of it being there. How hard is it to check the mail box?
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