Do you feel that the United States Postal Service has become more incompetent lately. I have sent mail to companies which were never recieved. I have decided to sent my orders through e-mail due to the fact that USPS has "lost" my mail. When I ask that USPS trace my mail, they indicate nonchalantly that "things happen" -so what. I am getting so disgusted with USPS that I am either using FedEx or e-mail for my orders and bills. Do you feel that that USPS is becoming grossly more incompetent than ever before? Do you believe that USPS should be completely dismantled and a private company such as UPS take over the mailing process?
My mail always works fine. But the privatization of the mail is underway.
by Dennis L. Page3 years ago
The Republicans want to introduce a bill to stop home delivery of mail. Instead they propose the United States Postal Service set up "mail hubs" or in other words, designated areas with clusters of mail boxes...
by Stacie L5 years ago
Obama's Postal Service plan would cut Saturday mailWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration's plan to rescue the U.S. Postal Service would allow the agency to end Saturday mail delivery and sell non-postal...
by Robert Casto6 years ago
interested in hearing peoples complaints about the post office. I made a Hub of it, but i want to no how many people have had problems with shipping, and the workers, and the supervisors
by woolman606 years ago
The Internet is slowly taking over, and the USPS is looking at ways to cut back to survive. Remember the 1997 movie The Postman with Kevin Costner, a movie you must see,Movie Tagline: It is...
by Stacie L5 years ago
Copyright 2011 Houston ChronicleUpdated 08:27 p.m., Thursday, September 8, 2011Hypothetical question: If the U.S. Postal Service went out of business without warning one day next week, would anyone notice?Or maybe the...
by Danny Sparks7 years ago
im just wondering
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