USPS Shattuck Ave Oakland CA 94609 Reviews Phone Number
I agree with the other five stars. I have never had an unpleasant experience at this post office! Everyone I’ve interacted with there has been incredibly kind and helpful. We need USPS more than ever now. We should appreciate how much work goes into this thankless job. I think they’re doing great. Thank you postal workers!
Post office in Oakland, California Maps
Address: 4900 Shattuck Ave, Oakland, CA 94609, United States
Phone: +1 800-275-8777
USPS Shattuck Oakland CA 94609 Reviews
Scheduled a passport appointment over a month in advance and they confirmed multiple times including the day before. The employee decided to not show up that day so it was cancelled although they never bothered to tell me. Staff gave me no option to reschedule and told me to go book again online. I’ll never use this location again and would advise others to do the same.
The lines are always a little bit long, but the center is always stocked with all the supplies I need. The employees are cool. I don’t know why people are saying they are rude. The customers are usually giving them a hard time and they try really hard not to be rude back. Service jobs are tough. Parking sucks, though. I agree with that statement.
Rotten Service. Do not answer phone, carrier frequently does not pick up outgoing mail. Many days skipped. No consistent carriers. Must have had 20 or more persons over the years. Mail (check) ended up on the ground (brought to me by neighbor) in the rain. Sometimes will have 3 different persons delivering in one week.(new 3/1/22)Mail service even worse. However, Mailperson is a jewel! Great to have a reliable person again.
I just returned from the post office where 2 of the 3 computers were down, and the one that still worked was slow. Despite that, the clerks were efficient and patient and kind. This had a good effect on all of the customers waiting and we actually shared some laughter over little incidents that happened while we waited. I love the post office, I hope the US government does not kill it in order to completely privatize shipping like they are trying to do. Viva USPS!