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Thanks, USPS, I have been a supporter but this important package that was set for a two-day delivery is now at 7 days. How are there 4 separate facilities in my one town.

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Posts: 2089 | Location: United States | Registered: February 13, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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You, too?
I’m at nine days total with “in transit” from the closest distribution center to my town for six days.




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This is to make other offices relevant to keep the from being shut down.
Gotta keep those union dues coming in.

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I mailed a barrel blank from Tn to Wyoming. It took 23 days to arrive in Wyoming. Eighteen days to get from Nashville to Memphis alone.


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Originally posted by ScreamingCockatoo:
This is to make other offices relevant to keep the from being shut down.
Gotta keep those union dues coming in.

https://www.aol.com/article/fi...L-v5mUBHF7eHN9TpsWaQ

Has absolutely nothing to do with Unions. You have absolutely no idea what your talking about.
From the article: "It's about management chasing their numbers,"



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Posts: 3803 | Location: Oklahoma | Registered: October 11, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I sent a 2 day priority envelope from Nashville Nov 23 to Minneapolis. "In transit" for 7 days & arrived in Indianapolis on Nov 30. Received by my sister on Dec 4.


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Posts: 3476 | Location: Nashville, Tennessee | Registered: December 16, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Our local Postmaster made a delivery about 8pm the other night. "We are buried in Amazon Packages".
 
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DHL for me...same lame excuse...all week it sat in Avenel, NJ until today...still hasn't been turned over to the USPS for delivery...

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Posts: 2315 | Location: ChicagoLand, USA | Registered: November 28, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I use them when I want an overnight package delivered in three days, then get my money back Wink


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Our local Postmaster made a delivery about 8pm the other night.


I was expecting a check in the mail yesterday. Not sure what time the postal carrier actually delivered the mail, but I know it was after 8PM - that was the last time I checked the mailbox.
 
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I always cringe whenever I see my packages heading for the Twin Cities. They'll bounce around there like a ball in a pin ball machine for 3-4 days before they finally spit it out.


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Posts: 1060 | Location: Lake County South Dakota-pheasant country | Registered: June 20, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Package made it after a two-day priority, nine-day trip. It was cold and malnourished (just kidding) but happy to be rehomed.
 
Posts: 2089 | Location: United States | Registered: February 13, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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So it's not just me? Three packages in the last month. I'm still waiting for 2 of them.
 
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I think USPS is behind the power curve on transitioning from letter delivery to package delivery.
 
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Sounds like I’ll have to lower my expectations on the delivery date for three packages headed my way. All of them are coming via USPS and and are late.
 
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Let me join the crowd of frustrated and disappointed customers of the USPS. My package left the shipper on Wednesday of this week and was sent usps priority mail. It was scheduled to be delivered yesterday but wasn’t. Now it’s scheduled for today and we’ll see. My point being that the distance between the pickup and delivery is 149 miles. In (hopefully) 4 days. That’s 37 miles per day. Priority mail my ass.

The USPS needs to be disbanded and privatized. A private company who performed as poorly as the USPS does would soon be out of business.


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quote:
Originally posted by SevenPlusOne:
quote:
Originally posted by ScreamingCockatoo:
This is to make other offices relevant to keep the from being shut down.
Gotta keep those union dues coming in.

https://www.aol.com/article/fi...L-v5mUBHF7eHN9TpsWaQ

Has absolutely nothing to do with Unions. You have absolutely no idea what your talking about.
From the article: "It's about management chasing their numbers,"


=Keeping the office open and the dues pouring in.
I think I do know a little about the postal service.





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Originally posted by ScreamingCockatoo:
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Originally posted by SevenPlusOne:
quote:
Originally posted by ScreamingCockatoo:
This is to make other offices relevant to keep the from being shut down.
Gotta keep those union dues coming in.

https://www.aol.com/article/fi...L-v5mUBHF7eHN9TpsWaQ

Has absolutely nothing to do with Unions. You have absolutely no idea what your talking about.
From the article: "It's about management chasing their numbers,"
I think I do know a little about the postal service.
You do know what SevenPlusOne does for a living, right?



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Posts: 19172 | Location: Central Florida (near Orlando) | Registered: January 03, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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How long until the USPS is absorbed by UPS/FEDEX/Amazon?
 
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How long until the USPS is absorbed by UPS/FEDEX/Amazon?


The sooner the better. Can’t happen soon enough.


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