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USPS's incompetence is painful

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So, last night I printed out a label for some shoes I sold on SF. Package them up and take them to the post office to drop off today, hand the guy the package, and he tells me .. "I can't accept this. The date on the label says last night, and if we accept it it'll look bad. We can only ship things the same day."

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I have worse. I make an payment for an item and the seller used USPS with tracking but once it was send on the way to my country, it gone missing..

The tracking gone missing too..
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Wait, so you fucked up and didn't change the date, and its USPS's fault? puzzled.gif
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I went to the USPS Passport Acceptance center and waited an hour and 40 minutes for my turn only to find out that Passport renewals can only be done by mail, even though the website says may be done by mail. baldy[1].gif
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Have you explained to them USPS is a basic human right?
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If your package is postage paid, drop it in the parcel shoot.  Avoid counter staff whenever possible.

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Originally Posted by PhiPsi32 View Post

If your package is postage paid, drop it in the parcel shoot.  Avoid counter staff whenever possible.

+1, I usually get bs about "stuffing flat rate envelopes and not being able to use tape" so I drop it off in the bins. No problem since.

One time I couldn't make it to the post office the day the label was marked to be shipped on, so I went the following day. It was for an international order (so I had to hand it to the clerk), and basically said that they shouldn't accept it, but will just this one time.
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