CUSTOMER SERVICE AT THE POST OFFICE

This postal worker has been hassling me at every opportunity to the point where i feel like i should complain to his bosses he messes with my mail and causes my customers to have to pay more to receive their mail because he clsims i am misusing the priority flat rate envelope by putting tape on it! our comments are welcome!
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10 Responses to “CUSTOMER SERVICE AT THE POST OFFICE”

  1. USPS workers are theeee worst people to deal with, especially when you run a small business and have to send a lot of packages through them. The way the whole USPS system is set up it seems like the postal managers don’t need to care about customer service. The chain of command is in shambles with USPS.

  2. come on now use the rite size container when mailin and stop being so cheap

  3. It all depends on the Postmaster…every office is run the way the postmaster wants. If you have a good postmaster you get good service or a bad one gives you bad service.

  4. willworkforhorses on February 5th, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    lol he acts like he might be hiding a tiny, bent and broken penis behind all that power! lol!!! He is such a sad little man, I almost feel sorry for him…lol!

  5. He acts like he owns the fucking company. What a prick!

  6. I ship like that all the time, no problems at all.

  7. USPS sucks.

  8. WOW.  the usps is really getting stupid about this. :( ugh.

  9. Priority is fucking bullshit it pisses me off also

  10. TAPE DOES NOT MODIFY! I’m WITH U.. Shipping prices are outrageous and set to increase yet again !!

    FROM THE USPS.COM WEBSITE:
    When sealing a flat-rate envelope, the container flaps must be able to close within the normal folds. Tape may be applied to the flaps and seams to reinforce the container; provided the design of the container is not enlarged by opening the sides and the container is not reconstructed in any way.