Seal Beach Post office CA 90740 Phone Number Reviews

Seal Beach Post office CA 90740 Phone Number Reviews

Laz Hernandez
Never coming here again. The lady here this morning is freaking rude. I’m sorry I never delivered before. Sorry for asking questions. I though answering questions about delivering was a part of customer service. I guess not.

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Post office in Seal Beach, California

Address: 2929 Westminster Blvd., Seal Beach, CA 90740, United States

Hours:
Monday 9AM–5PM
Tuesday 9AM–5PM
Wednesday 9AM–5PM
Thursday 9AM–5PM
Friday 9AM–5PM
Saturday 9AM–3PM
Sunday Closed

Phone: +1 800-275-8777

Seal Beach Post office CA 90740 Reviews

Seal Beach Post office CA 90740 Phone Number Reviews

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Jessica Payne
You never know what someone else is going through, so I always try to be compassionate. I know the people here are over worked and under paid (like too many of us). But today, I’m wishing they had more compassion.I got to the Post Office just after they closed at 3pm. I didn’t need to get to the desk, just dropping mail. A lady was there crying and knocking on the door.

The worker yelled out “we’re closed you should have gotten here before 3.” The crying lady tried to explain that she tried, but she’s the sole caregiver for her husband who has altzheimers. She can’t leave him home alone and it took forever to get him in the car. When they arrived at 3:02 the doors were locked. There was a customer inside and 2 workers. They could have been kind enough to check what this woman needed.

This was the second day in a row that she tried to get to the Post Office before closing. She said they can’t get mail delivered at home because if her husband got to the mail before her, he wouldn’t recognize what the mail was and would throw it away. So, sge has to pick up the mail herself.

Instead of hearing this woman’s story, the workers mocked her. One worker went to the door and saw the distraught woman drive away. “And she’s got a fancy car,” she snidely remarked to her coworker.In the time it took to walk to the door to judge the customer for driving a nice car, they could have helped her get her mail. I would have been thrilled to write a review about how compassionate they were, but that’s not the case.And to top it off, I’m worried about the 2 letters I deposited in the mailbox. Will those same workers now “accidentally” lose my letters?

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