It is 4:23 on Saturday and I have been waiting ALL day for a package. I have been sitting in my home and no notice. I get a notice at 3:57 they tried to deliver ab
No left a niotice. No notice on door and I drove to my mailbox and no notice.
I am angry. I have been waiting and watching ALL day. Do not send my package back. Deliver it as promised. Today!,,,,
I am not recieving any of my mail. I did an address change and i have changed addresses with all of my billing companies. I haven't received any bills at all. I confirmed that most of these companies have sent me things. what do i do? every time i call the local postal service number it's busy
What kind of idiots do you have working for you. My package was left in the rain today, 8/31/16. Luckily I was home so it wasn't outside too long, but if I worked my DVD player would have been ruined. Would it hurt them to ring the doorbell or at least knock on the door. Now I know why people use UPS or Fed Ex at least they ring the bell or if it's raining they try to cover it.
Just another incompetent Government job.
I find the staff in this facility to be courteous and efficient. And my mail carrier always brings me my mail -- so nothing but praise there, too.
I wish we had a post office a little close to my house, or a box with a late pickup. I'm in the no-man's land on the western edge of the city. I also wish that this post office had a drive-through box. Never have gotten why they don't as there seems to be room for one.
Without a doubt, the Pinellas Park post office contains some of the most inept, incompetent, bungling band of dim-witted buffoons ever to make it out of the sixth grade and still manage to get a job. These guys (well, gals, actually) manage to mis-sort, mis-place, mis-label and mis-calculate postage on just about any piece of mail that ever manages to cross their counter or wind up dropped into their mail box. Losing mail is like a badge of honor for them; they do it with a sense of enormous, almost perverse pride. Anyone who has ever had the misfortune to land, even temporarily in the fetid little hamlet of Pinellas Park, Florida is keenly aware that it is the last outpost on the west coast of Florida for the unattractive, the unintelligent and the downright unfortunate members of society. This extends to the postal employees as well. Do not, I repeat DO NOT send anything to, through, or even in the general proximity of this post office unless your intent is that it never see the light of day again. Don't say you haven't been warned!