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PMR2PTFPerson was signed in when posted
06-23-2017
01:33 PM ET (US)
/m4396
Yes. Look for another job.
4396
Seth R
06-16-2017
11:47 AM ET (US)
Im looking for HELP! MY postmaster is worthless and im cleaning up his messes everyday have people in line all day witg his misdelivered mail (when he helps) is overbearing and makes me handle his problems while im on window. Oogles female visitors to the office and ignores them if theyre not pretty. All while eating and playing on phone all day? Advice?
4395
?
06-15-2017
01:29 AM ET (US)
Thank You RIKSNY. What is it called? and what's the procedure?
I know the time is June 6 to June 21.
4394
Lisa M
06-14-2017
02:33 PM ET (US)
Where can I find pre-retirement seminars? I am eligible to retire in 2 years. I can't wait!
4393
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
06-14-2017
05:51 AM ET (US)
No, no time limit.
And it's not a "bid".
4392
?
06-13-2017
10:56 PM ET (US)
If a postmaster bid ends on June 21 is there a time limit for awarding that bid?
4391
Hannah BlectorPerson was signed in when posted
06-04-2017
11:43 PM ET (US)
Current managers: If management has a meeting with an employee about unscheduled absences (one employee whom they want to fire--not a regular 3972 review, but one with a warning that discipline including removal is possible), what can the employee expect if there are more unscheduled absences? If there is one soon after, will it be a letter of warning? Then the next one a suspension? Then the next one removal? Any thoughts?
4390
RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
06-04-2017
08:44 PM ET (US)
:)
4389
RivkahPerson was signed in when posted
06-04-2017
08:08 PM ET (US)
RIKSNY. Sorry i had only read the last couple of posts and didn't realize the question was from a customer.
4388
Greta
06-04-2017
09:40 AM ET (US)
get in touch with 911 center non-emergency line ( 832-393-2766 ) and have them check what you 911 address is ..
4387
Stop-n-hop
06-04-2017
07:16 AM ET (US)
PMR2PTF 4378 - My point is to file an ECC case because I don't think the PM was ever made aware of the problem. The clerks in the office I work in have their standard answers to appease the customers. If the PM is made aware of the problem he could get with the carrier to find out where to add the delivery and then email it to someone in AMS.
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
06-03-2017
09:23 PM ET (US)
Now how is a customer supposed to know how to contact AMS? The phone number I gave is for the District Consumer Affairs Manager, and he WILL get the local PO's attention.
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RivkahPerson was signed in when posted
06-03-2017
08:31 PM ET (US)
I believe there is a way. Contact your district Address Management. They should be able to link the street address to the box. The offices used to have a red book for the box section just like the carriers have for their routes. Address Management (AMS) now handles that info for the boxing.
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ptf
06-03-2017
05:36 PM ET (US)
/m4377 invalid address is a recurring problem for people who get their mail at a post office. The community I live in, we don't have street delivery. A lot of companies use USPS to validate addresses even if they ship UPS or FedEx, and because our actual delivery is to a PO BOX, it says our physical address is invalid. I don't know if this might be the same for you, if it's like a cluster box? Or does your mail come to a street address with the box number? I wish there was someway for the system to link the physical address to the PO BOX, but for now that's not the case. :(
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RIKSNYPerson was signed in when posted
06-03-2017
12:40 PM ET (US)
713 226 3147
Mr. Jerry Warren 
Consumer Affairs Manager for your Zip code.(Houston )
If you don't get satisfaction from him, come back here and I will see if I can help.

I think the consumer affairs guy will get after them, though.
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Hannah BlectorPerson was signed in when posted
06-03-2017
12:16 PM ET (US)
Call your local congressperson. I mean really, you don't expect a place like the post office to know what to do with a new address without some help, do you? It has been probably 200 years since they got any new addresses. That is sarcasm, but definitely call your congressperson. A postal employee who cannot get this done is lazy and probably stupid. There are many of those, especially in management. This is so easy to do there is no excuse for it to ever be an issue.
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Dylan
06-03-2017
12:07 PM ET (US)
I'm not really sure regarding the 911 addressing system but we do have ADT security and one time it had a false alarm and an officer came at the front door. So I'm guessing it has an address assigned?

Yes, we do have a mailbox up. The first thing our real estate agent said when we closed the deal for the house was go to the local post office and bring the deed and the local post office gave us a key to a mailbox within the subdivision. But unfortunately we're not receiving mail and we can't order online because packages are just returned to sender because the address is invalid.
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PMR2PTF
06-03-2017
10:56 AM ET (US)
/m4378
Now you know that won't do a bit of good since the complaint will simply be rerouted back to her PM as an ecc case.
lol
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PMR2PTF
06-03-2017
10:55 AM ET (US)
/m4377
https://tools.usps.com/go/ZipLookupResults...de=&postalCode=&zip=
"address not found"

Looks like your new home was built last year?
http://www.realliving.com/homes-for-sale/1...-TX-77090-189241187

Was an address assigned to the home through the 911 addressing system?
Do you have a mailbox up?
If so, they have to deliver your mail/packages.
4378
Stop-n-hop
06-03-2017
06:46 AM ET (US)
Dylan-4377 File a complaint online on the USPS website.
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