How to Request Help from the U.S. Post Office
TO FIND HELP –
Seniors and Caregivers,
Are you having a problem with getting your mail from your area post office? Have you experienced frustrations with poor service, unresponsive postmasters, missing mail, stolen packages etc.? Apparently, you are not alone! I have received several comments from seniors who are disabled, homebound, or sick who encounter problems with mail service.
So, here’s a contact list, so you can write, call, or email the U.S. Post Office.
- Write to the U.S. Post Office’s, Office of Consumer Advocate:
Customers may write the Postal Service to express a concern and to request assistance Direct correspondence to the Office of the Consumer Advocate at the following address:
- UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
OFFICE OF THE CONSUMER ADVOCATE
475 L’ENFANT PLAZA SW, RM 4541
WASHINGTON, DC 20260-2200
Email or call the USPS Postal Service:
- Please go to this website page for the USPS Postal Service:
Contact the United States Postal Service.
You can email them a question or concern from this website.
- You can also call them: 1-800-275- 8777.
- Have your mailed packages disappeared from the delivery site, or were they perhaps never delivered at all? Do you believe they were stolen?
To file a complaint about mail theft, then contact the U.S. Office of Postal Inspectors, call 877- 876-2455. They handle criminal matters such as mail fraud and mail theft.