Why yes, I do feel obligated to wear my Star Trek shirt when going to see a Star Trek movie.
Thinking of going to see Star Trek tomorrow @ NCG Marietta. Anyone interested?
Hmmm… I just realized that I have no games on my iPhone. In fact, I don’t
have very many offline entertainment options. I wonder if there is a deep
underlying meaning to this. Nah.
Looking for something cheap to do in ATL this evening. Thoughts anyone?
Verizon just changed the game.
Hadn’t heard back from the 30068 supervisor by 11:30 today so I decided to go ahead and call. The supervisor was not available but the person I spoke with said that there was a note on the supervisors desk about my situation. First she said that the supervisor didn’t know what happened. She placed me on a brief hold mid-sentence, came back and said that I should be getting mail now. I confirmed that was the case but still needed to know what happened to the mail the day this all started. ”Well, there’s no information on that.” I let her know that my concern was about an important letter I was supposed to receive the day before this started. She said that I would have to call back Monday, but then again placed me on hold. Comes back and says “I see here that your mail was returned to sender because someone noted that no one lived there.” I asked who said that and she said that someone wrote it on a letter. When asked if they had this letter or note, she said no. I’m starting to think these folks are saying whatever they think will get me off the phone. Honestly, if there were no important message that I needed, I wouldn’t care. I’ve learned over the years to absolutely NEVER trust the post office (in general). I refuse to ship important packages or letters through them. This is why. All I can do at this point is file an official complaint in writing and let it go. I’ll have to contact ALL of the organizations that send me mail including subscriptions, billers and the like to let them know not to cancel my account and/or services since the carrier decided to take it upon himself to make a false statement about my status of residence without just cause or proof. Terrible customer service all around. Oh well - I knew not to expect more.
I called the 30068 supervisor at 11:30. Curious why everyone I speak to needs to know my address before they transfer me to someone else. Maybe it’s to make sure I’m talking to the correct post office. Strange that they don’t document the call or write it down. I explain to the supervisor that I spoke to a manager yesterday and was asking about my box being marked va… “I don’t know anything about it. I wasn’t here yesterday. What’s the address?” - Um… I give her the address and restate the issue. She puts me on hold to call the carrier. She comes back and says that my mailbox was full. I explain (again) that the mailbox is checked daily so the only way it could have been full is if the carrier (or someone else) made it full that day. She asks me to hold on and puts me on hold again. She comes back to tell me that the carrier will have to look again because he doesn’t remember the name “Cole.” [Oh really? You just said my mailbox was full…] She says that she gets off at 14:00 so she won’t be able to call me back today but that she’ll check with the carrier again tomorrow and call me back in the morning. Hmm… we’ll see. I’m starting to lose faith that I’ll ever know what happened to my mail or why this happened. I fear that mail that I was expecting THAT DAY has been returned to sender. Meh.
I called USPS Thursday morning. First call (Manager) @ 08:15 : The carriers aren’t here yet so I don’t know what happened. Second call (Manager) @ 09:15 : Your normal carrier is off today and we don’t call carriers on their off days. I’ll be off tomorrow. Call back tomorrow after 09:00 and before 12:00 to speak with the 30068 supervisor. - He then let me know that my mailbox was most likely full. It wasn’t - we check it daily. I asked if they kept records and he said that they did not. Really? 237 years and keeping records hasn’t been deemed important yet? Anyway - my only concern at this point is what happened to the mail from Wednesday. Was it returned like the policy states that they do? Or did the carrier just hold it? What was the true reason behind the “Vacant” notice in the mailbox? Accident? I want to think that but I’m not getting any answers and it’s like the carrier is untouchable.