Dresden Wolf (dresden_wolf) wrote in bad_service,
Dresden Wolf
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Dear Local Post Office,

PLEASE STOP PUTTING THE ENTIRE COMPLEX MAIL DELIVERY INTO OUR BOX. IT IS NOT MY JOB TO DISTRIBUTE MAIL TO THE APPOPRIATE RECIPIENT, ITS YOURS.

It is quite annoying to go out to the box to find 4 pieces of mail for my company and 17 pieces for other businesses that share our building...especially when all the corresponding boxes take up a space no wider than 10 feet. That just screams out a lazy delivery person.

Not to mention that 3 of those pieces of mail were meant for a building 6 blocks away and appeared to be a bank statement, a power bill and a check. Extremely important parcels from my stand point. I'm sure it's a simple mistake in some cases but when all of our locations addresses start with 3 and these pieces began with 9, it makes me question many things.

I tried doing it the simple way: Writing "Not At This Address" on the envelopes and putting them back in the box. But when I come outside the next day and I find new mail on top of what I left inside along with more pieces of mail that have no business being in my box, I assume negative service is being given.

I stopped by your offices yesterday and dropped off the stack of envelopes from Saturday while explaining the situation to the clerk behind the counter. She too expressed shock and awe that such things were taking place and said it would be taken care of immediately. Afterall, it is a case of Federal Importance and mistakes, in her opinion, are not acceptable in the slightest.

And yet I go outside today to find more mail not belonging to me or anyone in the general vacinity in our box along with the standard delivery. :|

Please get your acts together. All the boxes are clearly labeled with their corresponding addresses. The only excuse for this would be that someone was hired who can't read or someone was hired who is a lazy moron.

It also has me worried if some of my mail isn't ending up in Somalia.

Kisses and lollipops!
~Me
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