Report: #1334

Complaint Review: Us Postal Service - Nationwide

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Priority and 1st Class the same except the price

*UPDATE Employee: Priority Mail

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I was told by a USPS employee that Priority and 1st class mail went via the same routing and speed. They just charge more. Do not fall for this scam. If you need it quickly use FedEx!!

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#1 UPDATE Employee

Priority Mail

AUTHOR: Raymond - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, February 26, 2003
Priority Mail is not treated the same as First Class Mail. We have a separate transportation hub and individual processing centers nationwide to process these pieces, with a goal of two days (no more than three days) for delivery.

Regrettably, some Priority Mail pieces do slip through into the First Class Mail stream, however, we try to isolate and process those pieces prior to First Class mail. For overnight delivery, Express Mail is always available from the United States Postal Service.
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