Thanks for checking with her. I just saw this today for the first time. Don't know how I missed it; but it's probably a good thing--I'm not pissed about it any more, so I doubt I'll pursue it--this time.Sail Man wrote:jkisha, I just got off the phone with her. There is usually just one way to not sign for a package that requires signature confirmation, and she said that usually applies to express mail only. When the order was placed, if the option for signature waiver was taken, and she said there is a charge for that, then what that means is that you are giving the carrier permission to basically sign for you. I don't recall if BM gives you the option to waiver the siggy when you order the tix, I did mine in Nov. She said the only reason a supervisor would sign for the package is if the office was short-handed and she had gone out to deliver mail. If she was not delivering and just did it in the office that is highly improper and if you wish you could file a complaint with either the post master at that location or the district manager. I would choose the district manager myself. I have met 3 of her PM's, interviewed myself for a rural route at another PO with they're PM and of the 4 only 1 seemed civil. They seem to be the reason moral at the offices sucks. Anyway, if ordering with sig waiver was possible, then maybe thats what Littleflower did, and that would explain why her's were left at the door. It sounds like you either didnt take that option or its not offered, in which case the sup. should not have signed, unless as I said, she was actually delivering the route that day.jkisha wrote:That's funny! But I hear they have a great retirement plan--if she can put up with working there long enough.Sail Man wrote: so does my wife, and she works there
Hey, if you think about it, ask your wife if she knows why the supervisor at my post office would have signed for my BM ticket. I almost shit my pants this morning when I went on-line to check the tracking info on our ticket order only to see that it was delivered and to some person I never heard of, but came to find out later, was the PO supervisor. It then took them over an hour to locate the envelop and the supervisor refused to come out and explain why she signed for the package. Something just doesn't seem right about that. Especially considering that LittleFlower just had her package dropped off at her door and didn't have to sign for it at all. (We both are in the same post office district.)
Does that help?
I don't think there is any waiver of signature provision when ordering and choosing the more secure option for BM tickets--otherwise what would be the sense of paying the extra money?
Tell your wife thanks for me too.