This post office is the WORST. I paid for a car seat to be delivered to my house so that I could, you know, actually drive places with my daughter. It has been OVER A WEEK SINCE DELIVERY WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE OCCURRED AND I STILL DO NOT HAVE MY CAR SEAT. I received a notification of redelivery, which I promptly filled out and selected that the item be delivered as soon as possible and that no further signature would be required. That night, my mail lady knocked at my door after dark around 6:15pm and stated that the package was so large that no other packages could be put in the truck. I'm sorry, but that is NOT MY PROBLEM. I have no way to pick up the package from the post office, and I PAID FOR THE PACKAGE TO BE BROUGHT TO ME. It has been 8 business days since, and THE PACKAGE IS STILL MISSING. I call the post office and get either a busy signal or no answer. Apparently no one in Louisa actually works? This merely solidifies the public's absolute DISDAIN for the post office and all their workers. YOU work for US. You are a PUBLIC SERVANT, AND WE PAY YOUR SALARIES. How about you actually EARN it?!?!
After surviving a 15 minute automated tree on the national USPS phone line, I have supposedly rescheduled delivery for tomorrow, but I have BIG, BIG DOUBTS that it will actually arrive.
I will note that I have never had an issue with our mail lady prior to this. She has always been really sweet and packages are left safely in the carport, away from the elements. But this instance more than makes up for that in the worst way possible.
I had a two day priority package which is now day 3 and the time is now 6:25pm. What is going on with mail delivery? I'm new and just moved here and always received my mail around 2pm. I'm 6 miles from main street and the post office. I would like for someone to contact me with an explanation!
Last weekend our postal service cram full of mailbox to the point I had to fight a box off and then drive up our driveway to drop the remaining box and letters off, throwing them in front our of garage door in bad weather not yet bothering to come to the covered porch or run the doorbell.