The postal delivery customer service in Dayton Nevada is the worst. The delivery person throws packages onto your yard rather than place them on your front porch. Also, they return mail to the sender and tell you that there is a package in the office and when you go to pick it up, they tell you, they sent it back already. What a bunch of losers.
I think it's very lazy for a postman/woman to lie about mail. My mail keeps getting return to srnder/ unable to locate. My address and my fiance have lived in dayton for 4 months. And have never got all our mail. But post woman says she dosent return mail. I call b.s. how hard is it to delivery mail to its marked address. Im very unhappy about this and now there living to us. I guess I need to report this to post master and give her name if this continues.
This Post Office is less than accommodating. They will not deliver packages, they make promises and do not keep them, and if you speak to them about a problem, they brush you off, and offer no solutions or suggestions. I have never encountered a business that is there to do a service, that refuses to provide that service in so many instances. Go elsewhere for your mailing needs if you can.
It’s good to know I’m not alone. Been here 2 1/2 years. Had more issues than I can count. Made numerous complaints. I’ve actually had people at the PO set the receiver down and walk away while I’m talking to them on the phone. They’ve left my Rx’s in a lockbox over the weekend, delivered Rx’s to the wrong address, etc. I’ve contacted the postmaster general. Nothing changes. I’ve given up.
Your desire for a particular stamp, is NOT a review of the quality of a specific post office.
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Sadly, I’ve had 3 experiences with local PO in the short time I have lived here. Out of the 5 states and countless towns I’ve lived in.. this is by far the rudest and simply unwilling post office service I have ever encountered. I understand public service is a tiring position but maybe it’s time to get out of this line of work.. a greeting, hi and offer to help goes a long way!