Print my own priority mail labels and use post office app to arrange pick up. Packages sit for days and no one picks them up. No way to reach post office on rt130 to complain and voicemail is always full can’t leave messages. The worst service ever
The Post master that works that white male is the worst customer service. He is rude and unhelpful. Cutting you off when you ask questions, kicks you out even when it is not time to close and close the window to not serve you. I am scared to ask him questions and avoid going when he works. Many in the community feel the same way.
I visited the Crosswicks Post Office today to mail a package. This is my usual post office that I use . I probably only go maybe a few times a year. This was the 2nd time that I had a problem with the postal worker. His name is Russ. He is so rude , and the worst customer service I ever had. There is something very troubling about this man. He likes to get into fights with the customers. I have a friend that had the same experience with him, and now I read the other reviews and I see I am not the only one. He should be fired and his job given to someone who is kind and needs a job. This world has enough rude people. I will not go there until he is GONE.
Absolutely the worst experience I have ever had. Despicable customer services.
This postmaster (male) was the rudest, extremely unhelpful and out of line person I have ever encountered. He was also extremely lazy and refused to help or resolve the situation. I highly recommend finding someone better fit for this postion.
New postmaster is unfriendly and abusive. I've had three interactions with him, during which he implied that he was lying about the contents of what I was mailing - when I tried to reply he told me if I didn't like it to go to another post office. He also manhandled one of my packages in a way that seemed as if he was intentionally trying to damage it.
I haven't been back - luckily I have other p.o. options. Too bad for the residents of Crosswicks who have to go there every day to get their mail.