Medford Post Office

326 Stokes Rd, Medford, NJ 08055

Contact Numbers:

Phone: 609-654-1362
Fax: 609-654-8647
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Retail Hours

Monday-Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm
Sunday Closed

Pickup Services Hours

Monday-Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm
Sunday Closed

Lobby Hours

Monday-Sunday 12:01am - 11:59pm

PO Box Access Hours

Monday-Sunday 12:01am - 11:59pm

Last Collection Times

Monday-Friday 5:00pm
Saturday 4:30pm
Sunday Closed

Self-Service Kiosk Availability

Monday-Sunday 12:01am - 11:59pm

Carrier Facility Hours

Monday-Friday 6:30am - 4:00pm
Saturday 7:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday Closed

Global Express Guaranteed® Hours

Monday-Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm
Sunday Closed

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  • Lot Parking

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Nearby Post Offices:

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1813 Route 206
3.2 miles away

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123 E Main St
3.5 miles away

Lumberton
702 Main St
3.7 miles away

Hainesport
107 Broad St
4.0 miles away

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I was at the Medford post office, 08055 this afternoon. A
woman was tailgating me less than half a car length for a while before pulling
into the same post office. When she got out of her car I went over to her and
said "You're lucky I didn't slam on my brakes. You can't follow people
that closely." Mind you, this is one day after a terrible snow storm
and the roads are still not back to normal. There is ice everywhere. I do
not believe I was out of line saying that to her.Now, I am 6'7" with a big voice. If I so much as furrow my brow,
certain people in the world jump to the conclusion that I'm some sort of angry
giant person. This is completely unwarranted and unfair. A worker
there, Tony, barged in and told me to "Relax", and immediately got
extremely nasty with me. He said I was intimidating a woman (all I did was l
sternly tell her it was unsafe to tailgate people), then when I tried to talk
to him and defend myself, he just continuously interrupted me and claimed I was
trying to intimidate him. Of course I took issue with this and he just kept
raising his voice, so I kept raising mine to try and be heard over him.
So of course, by then, my voice was raised. That's when someone else came
out to find out what was going on and said to lower my voice. I have an
operatically trained voice. I was at most, at a 40% volume level compared
to what my voice can do. I was not yelling. But apparently, a
6'7" man cannot say Boo to anyone without being accused of
intimidation. Do big people have no rights to communicate and defend
ourselves when we are wronged, without being accused of intimidating people?!My wife has gone to that post office several times and told me how every time
she goes there, the workers are nasty and brooding, that they are constantly
complaining about how much Medford sucks. I am so completely tired of the
horrible attitude there, I am absolutely appalled at what took place today, and
I wish to file a formal complaint against the employee there named Tony.
His actions and behavior toward me were abusive, and I guarantee you if I was
not this big a person, no one would have jumped right to
"intimidation" when simply telling someone they were following too
closely on the road. This is height discrimination, period.I want action taken against this employee. It was none of his business in
the first place, his yelling at me was unacceptable, and his attitude was
unacceptable.
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