Postal Service Getting Worse

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#104 Oct 7, 2012
GodSmacked wrote:
I went through 15 different steps before she was terminated but trust she was let go for what she did to me. She held my mail for no reason except to retaliate because I filed a formal complaint with the Inspector General. If you work for the USPS it will not be hard to find out exactly where this occurred. The Inspector General is the only office that can put a stop to the USPS nonsense and how they treat customers. Anyone reading this please contact the Inspector General they do investigate personally and will follow up once a decision is made.
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So, you won't say where this happened? Then I guess it didn't actually happen. Got it, fine.
NannyBod

Whitesboro, NY

#105 Oct 7, 2012
This bodhisatva has got to be the biggest idiot on this forum. He's been debunked and ridiculed from one end of this forum to the other and keeps on spewwing his Diana Vickery like rhetoric.

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

Wilson, NC

#106 Oct 7, 2012
Yes and this is the only thing a USPS has ever paid for and that is why they owe the Fedseral Retirment so much money.
Bodhisatva wrote:
<quoted text> Do you know how to read? Every Retired Postal Employee has Health Insurance, they pay for it, they always have.
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“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

Wilson, NC

#107 Oct 7, 2012
Go to work and ask your Post Master and see what she/he has to say about it.
Bodhisatva wrote:
<quoted text>So, you won't say where this happened? Then I guess it didn't actually happen. Got it, fine.
USPS

Sherburne, NY

#108 Oct 8, 2012
GodSmacked wrote:
Indeed my mail was held for 15 day intentionally by order of the Post Master. If you are a postal employee you are well aware of the repercussions of doing that. I filled a complaint about my mail carrier and the Post Master thinking she was above the law told them to stop delivering my mail. Now you tell me did she get terminated? It took 6 months to investigate because of the Federal Union but trust she was terminated and needed to be. She broke the LAW.
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First of all what was the reason your mail was held? If it was undeliverable you would be notified as to that reason and required to rectify the problem! If you refuse to fix the problem the postal service is within it's right to hold your mail till you do!
USPS

Sherburne, NY

#109 Oct 8, 2012
Or if you wish you could come down to the Post Office and pickup your mail.....

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#110 Oct 8, 2012
GodSmacked wrote:
Yes and this is the only thing a USPS has ever paid for and that is why they owe the Fedseral Retirment so much money.
<quoted text>
I think God smacked you a little too hard, you are nuts.
Liberals live by lies

Whitesboro, NY

#111 Oct 8, 2012
Bodhisatva wrote:
<quoted text>I think God smacked you a little too hard, you are nuts.
Up ranting and smoking crack already?

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

Wilson, NC

#112 Oct 8, 2012
Funny how many of you USPS say the exact same thing. The Post Master had no reason proven by the investigation. She was terminated for her retaliatory behavior. Do you not understand what I am posting? She had no right except the fact I had filled a formal written complaint against the Post Office with the Inspect Generals Office. No problem on my property, no problem whatsoever with delivery she wanted to retaliate and divert my mail to keep me from getting it which is against the LAW. This was proven in the investigation. Do all USPS workers think they have the right to do whatever they want to customers receiving mail? It is not tolerate to retaliate against a customer. The Union was involved for the route carrier but the Post Master lost her job.
USPS wrote:
<quoted text>First of all what was the reason your mail was held? If it was undeliverable you would be notified as to that reason and required to rectify the problem! If you refuse to fix the problem the postal service is within it's right to hold your mail till you do!

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

Wilson, NC

#113 Oct 8, 2012
Bodhisatva wrote:
<quoted text>I think God smacked you a little too hard, you are nuts.
It is the truth and the USPS needs to pay the taxpayers back.

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

Wilson, NC

#114 Oct 8, 2012
That wasn't the case. She held it to retaliate against me for filling a formal complaint.
USPS wrote:
Or if you wish you could come down to the Post Office and pickup your mail.....
Shut it down

Cicero, NY

#115 Oct 8, 2012
Shut the postal service down until it can run of it's own money. Not one more penny of taxpayer money to pay the postal pensions or to keep the postal service going. Just like any other badly run business, if it can't stay afloat by it's own then let it sink. It is not the taxpayers obligation to pay for bad management or promises of politicians.
Shut YOU down

Whitesboro, NY

#116 Oct 8, 2012
Obviously the intricacies of this discussion and cited links went over your head. The USPS has and DOES make more than enough, however due to an almost unworkable criteria that requires strong payments to fund it's own retirees is runs in the red sometimes. I think we need to get you people who talk and formulate opinions on little or wrong facts and put them down. Starting with you.
Shut it down wrote:
Shut the postal service down until it can run of it's own money. Not one more penny of taxpayer money to pay the postal pensions or to keep the postal service going. Just like any other badly run business, if it can't stay afloat by it's own then let it sink. It is not the taxpayers obligation to pay for bad management or promises of politicians.
Shut it Down

Cicero, NY

#117 Oct 8, 2012
U.S. Postal Service Loses $5.2 Billion, May Be Unable To Borrow Money
Shut YOU down wrote:
Obviously the intricacies of this discussion and cited links went over your head. The USPS has and DOES make more than enough, however due to an almost unworkable criteria that requires strong payments to fund it's own retirees is runs in the red sometimes. I think we need to get you people who talk and formulate opinions on little or wrong facts and put them down. Starting with you. <quoted text>
Shut it Down

Cicero, NY

#118 Oct 8, 2012
The Postal Service said its loss widened to $3.2 billion in the first three months of 2012 and repeated on Thursday its warning that it will likely default on payments to the federal government unless Congress passes legislation offering some relief.
Shut it Down

Cicero, NY

#119 Oct 8, 2012
The Postal Service lost $5.1 billion in fiscal year 2011 and was unable to make a massive annual payment for future retiree health benefits, which is required by law. The agency said much of the loss during the second quarter of 2012 came from setting aside funds for the $11.1 billion that is due this year.

"MASSIVE ANNUAL PAYMENT FOR future RETIREES",sounds like bad management to me.
Shut it Down

Cicero, NY

#120 Oct 8, 2012
The USPS is losing up to $25 million dollars a day. Until now, taxpayers have not been on the hook for its mounting losses, but that could be about to change. A bill recently approved by the Senate would appropriate $34 billion in federal money.
Shut it Down

Cicero, NY

#121 Oct 8, 2012
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is hemorrhaging financially because of many factors, but primarily due to declining revenue caused by the advent of the Internet. The USPS Board of Governors agreed to cut Saturday delivery and eliminate several postal locations to reduce costs. On April 25, the Senate stepped in and decided to put off many of these decisions, in a transparent effort to shield itself from the political blowback in an election year. Rarely do the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and USA Today agree on anything, but they roundly criticized the Senate for political pandering and short-sightedness. Fortunately, the House of Representatives is taking a more considered approach that would allow the USPS to reduce its suffocating overhead.

The USPS situation is just one example of Congressís inability to set priorities, define a strategy, and make the tough decisions that will lead to a stronger nation. As American voters, we are the shareholders, and we must hold this Board accountable for its failure. If Congress wonít act like a team, then itís time for the American people to act like one and force our Board to change course, or risk being replaced.
USPS

Sherburne, NY

#122 Oct 8, 2012
GodSmacked wrote:
Funny how many of you USPS say the exact same thing. The Post Master had no reason proven by the investigation. She was terminated for her retaliatory behavior. Do you not understand what I am posting? She had no right except the fact I had filled a formal written complaint against the Post Office with the Inspect Generals Office. No problem on my property, no problem whatsoever with delivery she wanted to retaliate and divert my mail to keep me from getting it which is against the LAW. This was proven in the investigation. Do all USPS workers think they have the right to do whatever they want to customers receiving mail? It is not tolerate to retaliate against a customer. The Union was involved for the route carrier but the Post Master lost her job.
<quoted text>
You had to have some sort of conflict with that postmaster or carrier to begin with, that would explain the retalitory behavior.....
USPS

Sherburne, NY

#123 Oct 8, 2012
I know from experience customers always make up stories to try to get the carrier in trouble because they might think the carrier is holding mail they are expecting or carrier accidently puts their mail in another box, etc....

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