I sent a gift to a friend at P.O box P.O box 180322
Brooklyn, Kings County,
And the gift was returned. TWICE! What the hell is going on there? Your manager needs to take a serious consideration into changing routines and/or maybe some staffers. The arrival of the gift should have been notified to the reciever, within good time frame (at least a couple days or a week before being returned to sender)
How can I get in touch with your manager?
Sunday I was going to the Post Office to drop off a package, I seen a Postal Truck and ask him if he could take it for me and he said Yes. I been checking on line to track it with the tracking # and it's telling me you haven't got it. Can you please look into it for me. The tracking # is 9461 5096 9993 8905 4601 30
The driver told me I probable be able to track it Sunday night or Monday.
I have lived in Brooklyn all of my 48 years of life except for the past 4 1/2 years that I've lived in Florida when I came back for my father's funeral and went to this post office to pick up a package that I had shipped here from my husband in Florida. It was the rudest service i have ever received in my life! The woman at the window was on her cell phone talking socially and when she asked me for my id and I showed her my florida license she yelled at me for not giving her a New York i.d. and wouldn't let me explain why I was picking up a package here in New York. She continually yelled at me and slapped her hand on the table and called the supervisor to the front which was actually a relief. Talk about nasty!!!!! What a horrible experience! Rude people! I wish I remembered to video her. What a terrible experience.
I've lived in NYC for 39 years and this is the WORST Post Office I have ever had to deal with. They are nasty, slow, the self-service machine is always broken, and I REALLY don't trust them to send (or receive) anything important. There's often a line almost out the door, and one window open- or 2 if you're lucky. If you're wondering why the USPS is in trouble- it's because people would rather pay more for a private courier like UPS, then deal with the attitude and incompetence at their local Post Office.