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Our Mail System

I know there are millions of hard working postal workers making sure people get their letters, bills, parcels and more each day. They venture out into the cold, heat, rain, snow and more to do a job and I appreciate it. That being said isn't it time for a change?

It's 2011 and we are still depending on a service that quite honestly is slow, undependable and usually carries more junk to out door than needed materials. We have no way to track most mail which means no way to verify it was sent, it was received or if it was taken somewhere along the way.

If you can't tell already I'm waiting on mail, not just any mail either... I'm waiting on money. A check I usually receive every other Friday has not came, and its now the following Tuesday. Of course this check was sent VIA our lovely unites states postal service so where is it now? Noone knows....

I've been told as of today I have to allow 14 days before they will stop payment and send a new one. blah... we have email, wire transfers, text, video calling and more. Technology has advanced so much and yet our mail can't catch up with it...
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  1. I totally agree, you would think the U.S. Goverment would come up with something to cover their asses if nothing else....
    I hope you get it today!!! (((hugs)))

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  2. Thanks Mama! I will let you know :)

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  3. Not only is the mail slow and unreliable, oh and often comes with an attitude, it cost more and more each year and can't even compare to FedEx. My dad was a postal worker and quality has changed A LOT since his day.

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  4. Yes and unfortunately I still have not received this check because my mailman returned it to sender!

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