US Post Office
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Today 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
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823 Congress Ave #150 Austin, TX 78701
823 Congress Avenue #150USTexasAustin78701
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Today 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
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Yuri Hageshi
8 months ago
They misplaced several hundreds of dollars with of mail that was said deliverd. They handed me somone else's mail and did not seem concerned. After being blown off for several weeks and lied to about them looking for it, I demanded to see a supervisor, when they refused and I would not budge until I saw a supervisor, they called the cops saying I was wildly out of control, which was not true, they where. The cops simply went back inside and made them do their job. They lied to the cops about missing packages. The next day a postal clerk who was not even their lied about the event evening happening, right to my face, I even told her so. I also told her the next time I saw those cops, I;ll tell them she called them liars to, even though they did what they did and she could not have seen what happened, because no one looked like her on the day in question happened. They jammed an oversized package into my box and ruined it. I left the box sticking out to remind them what a** hats they where. They gave me a bum replacement key requiring a total lock replacement. They reduced their hours significantly, meaning you cant get to your po box after 10 pm. Their automated machine stays broken. Even during the day they are horribly slow with hardly anyone at the counter. I did finally get my packages, but they lied and said "no on tried to claim them" and he knew it when he handed them to, I could tell it in his face. He is a horrible liar, person and employee. I sent the keys back and they returned a money order with the wrong name in it on purpose. Im not advocating it, but I can see why people shoot up post office frequently. If anyone less stable was treated like that, I would not blame them for using them for target practice.
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Thomas Shelton
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Alexander Harris
12 months ago
This doesn't exist. Just a package drop hidden in an office building is all I could find
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Mars Webster
9 months ago