So today we get notified that our package was delivered. I go out to check and it's not at our door, where our packages are supposed to be delivered. I walk out to our mail box and I see that the package was jammed into our mailbox and the lid was rubber banded shut( they obviously couldn't jam it all the way in since the package didn't fit)! I had to stick my arm through the small cavity it left to reach behind the package and pull it out since it was so tight that I couldn't pull it out from what was sticking out of the mail box. Are they getting lazy that they just don't care to do their job any more!?!?!?!? Just wondering.
They claimed that they left a notice for my package, because my "mail receptacle was blocked." This is completely false. There was nothing in front of my mail box, and I was home at the time they were supposedly delivering my mail. I have had important documents delivered to my neighbors mailboxes. I have never had as many problems with my mail carriers as I have with this particular post office.
A woman named Darlene is the worst person I have ever worked with. She is rude, pushy and never a pleasure to work with. She make a trip there awful. I have no issue going the the post office in McKenna and this is because of her. That place would be better off with out her.
This Post Office has to be the worst one in the entire system. The people who work here are lazy,rude and just basically non functional. If you have a Post Office Box at this location be prepared to get your mail close to noon as they seem to always be understaffed and can never have the mail in the boxrs at a reasonable time. The manager at this location is pretty much a blow hard when it comes to customer service skill's because he has none. Basically this Post Office Sucks. Moving to the Post Office in McKenna.
Whoever delivers on Bridge Road doesn't bother much to do their job correctly. We're constantly getting others mail and we had a package that was supposed to be delivered on May 28th and we still haven't seen it. I wouldn't be surprised if it ended up in someone else's mailbox. Thanks USPS for screwing us out of our hard earned money. Something needs to be done about it or I'm taking this higher up on the food chain.
Had the worst experience to date, today at the post office. The man behind the counter is really hit and miss with his attitude. I think maybe twice he has been friendly, most times not. Today he was extra condescending and snide to me in front of a full line of people. Wow. I guess they don't feel the need to provide customer service, let alone good customer service. Unreal.Just a thought - maybe the postal employees should be required to read these.
Who ever delivers mail near Fort Stevens needs to be fired. Tracking information stated that a notice was left but one was not and I have been home all day so there would not be reason to leave one anyways. They are just lazy. The one tall masculine woman who works at the front desk is always rude and has been endlessly rude to my mother. When her car was broken in to there she said that it was her problem for parking there and offered to help in to way what so ever.
I have also lived in Yelm for six years and have had nothing but problems with missing mail (just like the previous post). Each time I have called the postmaster for Yelm, they tell me it will be fixed. Heck I even have a bright pink sticker in my mailbox to ALERT the carrier (FYI it doesn't work). Today once again I have someone else's mail. One is a credit card statement. Guess I will be visiting Yelm postmaster once again on Monday. Worst mail service ever.
i have lived here for six years and for six years (4different carriers) we have had problems with missing mail, i have gotten neighbors important legal documents kids birthday cards end up missing or going to wrong house. i am currently missing a package that says it was delivared but wasn't and I was home. Lived all over and this is the worst mail ever
Not very friendly at all. Extremely curt with me over the phone when I was polite and gave all the information needed. I understand there was nothing more to do but it was my first time calling in and will probably be my last.