Complaint Review: United States Post Office
The United StatesPost Office is offering a Service of Priorty mail and for an additional fee will also provide theservice of delivery confirmation.
The Issue I have is that the post office willtake your money and suposedly you can track your mailing to delivery. When the packagein theirtsystem just gets processed andnot delivered this becomes an issue. My Package says to be delivered at a specific date but never is delivered. The Post office then gets upset when you ask about the package. I was told to mail again.. this was not an option as thewir system is showing still in processing and the contants are in the package that was mailed...
Since I a paid a fee for a service that they did not perfoertm I requested a fund - they refused and said that was not an option. So how is it tha tany other company in the United strates would be legally responsible for a refund to the cionsumer i fthey faied t operfornm the contracted service that they were paid for?
So the Post office only response was to us UPS this from (2) locations and the customer service line # found on their online site.
How is the post office in business to accept monies for a specified service, not provide the service and then be able t okeep the money for doing nothing but creating greif for the inocent consumer.
The Federal trade commission and or Consumer protection would shut down any other company doing this type of scam. Why is the post office allowed to offer something like this and not be held to stand behind their claims.
The fact that not regular mail but a specialty item with a means of tracking for an additional fee that their own system shows that they failed to conclude. Since I was told to use UPS I did for myspecialty packages and will NOT use the Post office .
as for my letters Iwill try to convert as much of my mailings now to E-amail -- at least I won't be ripped off by the United States Post Office..........
DON'T get ripped off by the POst Office on their Priorty Mail Packages
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