Hello, & To Whom It May Concern: I posted a congratulatory card in the mail, around a month or so ago, I don't know the exact date, but after some time passed, maybe a week or so, I found the envelope back in my mail box. It had been opened surgically on the right side and the card was missing. Not that it matters, I have a new doctor, who just had a baby, and this was a congratulatory card to her and her new baby. Having said that; I have had the same mail carrier, George, I have just forgotten his last name, who is not suspect for this crime. I did call the P.O. and report this but haven't heard anything back from you. If you would check for me and see if I have a new postal carrier. I live at 116 Patterson Avenue, Carnegie, 15106. The opened envelope did not go through the cancellation machine, no cancellation marks on the card, but there was a sticker that said address unknown or no such address, which was not true. The one thing that stands out in my mind was the fact that it hadn't been cancelled. I thought it would narrow down the source. Not a few days later I encountered a new mail carrier approaching my home when I was getting out of the car and ready to go up the steps leading to my front porch. This person was a bit over weight and seemed in a hurry, and broadly smiling as he came up to me and started blessing me etc. rather odd I thought, almost apologetically and rather in my face while repeating his blessings. Then yesterday I placed a package, in a plastic bag, with a return label attached to QVC, It was in plain sight, as I had anchored a wicker basket on to the bottom of the mail box to hold such material too large for the vertically constructed mail box right above it.
I thought the combination of these events seemed too coincidental to have just happened by chance, the reason I am writing this. I would like to know if you can email me the name of my current postal carrier. I haven't had the luck to find this out, nor have I seen him. I left my address above to enable you to find him, as I am thinking about the one person I encountered that day by chance, described above, who approached me, with blessings and with a seeming obvious apologetic like attitude. Thank you for your time and any information you have concerning this matter. I'm 84 years old and live alone, so this is a concern of mine, as it should be at any time. . Regards, Happy Easter, and Thank you again,
June C. Muraco
I called on Monday concerning several packages that were supposedly delivered. I talked with a man named Adam who said he would check & call back. I have been trying to reach someone for two days & have not been able to get through. No one is answering the phone. Amazon has said the packages were mailed, I have a notice with tracking numbers that the packages were put on my mailbox. I have not received these packages. I have not gotten an answer from the post office people. My phone number is 412/276-3320. You also have my email address. I would like some response. I would like to know where my packages are. I would like to know what can be done to find them or for compensation for the last items.
HI- I just visited the Greentree Post Office on Trumbull Drive. I had 16 certified letters to mail out. There is no air conditioning there and I had sweat pouring down my back. It was horrible.
But as horrible has it was for me the 30 minutes I was there, it has to be absolute horrendous for gal working the counter. I wanted to go buy her an ice cream, but it probably wouldn't make it through the gates of hell you call an entrance there. Fix the air conditioning!
I have not received any mail for three days. I have been waiting on packages and letters that I know should have arrived two days ago. This post office is the absolute worse. Someone should be fired. They intentionally leave their phone off the hook. The entire post office system is a joke and should be disbanded and the Greentree facility is the poster child for eveything thats wrong with it. These people get paid to do a job that they obviously don't do.
This is the absolute worst post office in Pittsburgh. I was tracking a package and it said it was delivered on March 14 at 5PM. I never received the package. My neighbor said she came home at 4:30 and left at 5:30 and there was never a package at my door. I tried to contact the post office this by phone and no one has answered the phone for 15 minutes! It's still ringing as I'm typing this. DOES ANYONE WORK HERE - EVER?! A few weeks ago I went to ship a package and waited for 10 minutes before anyone even came to the counter. When the woman finally did, she was rude and unprofessional.
I have two packages in limbo now. Not with a carrier, not at the post office. The lady at the desk claims the carrier must have input the wrong number into my redeliver slips but offered no advice for getting my packages! 200 dollars in lost packages now with no help on how to retrieve them.
I have been tracking a package which was supposed to be delivered yesterday (the tracking stated 'out for delivery'). I not only didn't receive the package - I didn't get ANY of my mail. I called the post office more than 10 times yesterday only to get a busy signal on the other end. This morning the tracking said it could not be updated. No package, no mail, no update..... So I call the post office again, and this time someone answers - Doug. I kindly explained the situation and was met with frustration and exasperation that he had to waste his time talking to me.... I understand he's probably getting flooded with calls (I'd like to think I'm not the ONLY person experiencing unreliable mail service), but considering I have a completely legitimate concern, you'd think he would have been a bit more hospitable. I was placed on hold and 37 minutes later, hung up and tried to call back. 20 minutes worth of busy signals later, Doug answers again.... completely miffed that I've called back. Again, with attitude and irritation, he puts me on hold.... Only to get back on and tell me he's busy, doesn't know where my package is, and that he's going to need to get back to me later on. Pfffft. Thanks Doug. You've been profoundly helpful.
I agree with the both of you this is now the second time my husband and I have not received our packages not sure what happened to them because no one has answers and I went down to the Greetree center to speak to a supervisor and I almost felt like they were pushing me out the door no sympathy nothing. They said are you sure it wasn't stolen and that I should have got it signature required before I shipped it. First off i live in a duplex and im a stay at home mom and when im not home my aunt lives next door she is disabled and does not drive so she is always there. No way it was stolen I live in a quiet neighborhood with only two other houses on my street. This is bullshit and it needs to stop. We should be able to trust the government mail carriers. Its not like we can stop our mail service or switch it. I want someone to be held accountable for this!
this office is the worst there is they ripped off a musians guitar and when they try to find it they will not give any answer to were it is.i think its pretty shity that the government steels from the people that there to deliver to. if it is not found in 2 days we will occupy that post office till its returned.we are stating our protest as we speak !!!! this office is full of liars and theives. shure glad the fbi is now involed in this case. to who ever stole this guitar we will find you we will not forget . give it back now or regret what you have done.
I never received a package that was supposedly delivered on March 4th. I called my post office, they said they'd return my call after speaking with my carrier- never got a call back. I spoke with my carrier- at first he couldn't remember delivering a package to my house, then changed his story to perhaps he remembers....he stated there could be no possiblility it was delivered to the wrong house- I told him I found that hard to believe, since I continually receive my neighbors mail, and not even my next door neighbor's- neighbors from at least a block away! Apparently I am SOL.